Friday, June 25, 2010

the late june garden

but first the hearts-


coreposis, lamb's ear & sage

clematis in amongst the aspen ( i didn't get any of the clematis pruned this year, so i'm glad to see flowers)

centaurea, california poppies & salvia argenta

stella d'oro daylilies

more of those clematis i was afraid wouldn't bloom

salvia, lamb's ear, phlomis

foxglove & campanula


and that's how the garden is growing. nice evening with friends, including leaf who i've been friends with since 1981 & who's visiting from oregon & staying here this trip. great to be able to spend time with her.

have a great weekend!
 

6 comments:

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Love the pics...all of them!
Used to have most of those flowers at one time or another....
Have a good weekend!

XXOO!!
Anne

Barb said...

Hi Marianne - Welcome home! Guess when my Campanula blooms in the Mts...late Aug! Liked seeing what's blooming in your garden. I read about your missed flight - glad you are home again and can enjoy your friend. We're in Denver for Grands' b-day party and Botanic Garden Concert. Rain is cooling the city a bit.

Postcards from Wildwood said...

Garden and hearts looking lovely. Just read Barb's comment. Our campanula is out now too.

dewatobay said...

Looks super!

Rose Gold said...

Lovely flowers! My daylilies is starting to bloom again. I already make a daylily's soup yesterday and tasted fine! Wondering what will be my next recipe.

Crystal Swan said...

Awesome pictures of flowers specially those clematis and daylilies. I wish I can also have those kind of flowers on my garden.