Bloom Day–June 09

This is my first bloom day. With a cool June and two weeks of mostly gray and rain…here’s what was blooming this morning.

In order top to bottom: Thermopsis caroliniana, Clematis sp. (a rescue, not sure of cultivar), Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’, and one of many Lychnis coronaria.

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Professional landscape designer, lover of the land and all things design.
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7 Responses to Bloom Day–June 09

  1. Kim says:

    Happy first Bloom Day! It can become addicting. What is that first flower? It's spectacular!

  2. mlc says:

    I second Kim. Happy first bloom day. You photos are beautiful.

  3. Susan aka Miss. R says:

    Kim & Mlc–Thanks for making me feel welcome. I labeled the plants btw!

  4. NellJean says:

    Happy Bloom Day, glad you participated. I read on down to your Garden of Lost Plants and find it commendable that you grow what you use for clients. They should appreciate what they're NOT getting.

  5. Carol says:

    That first flower would go well with all the other yellow flowers in my garden right now. I have none that tall (I assume it's tall). But I would wonder if it is hardy in zone 5b because I've never seen anyone grow it around here.

    Thanks for joining in for bloom day!

    Carol, May Dreams Gardens

  6. Mr. McGregor's Daughter says:

    Check out Clematis on the Web to figure out which Clematis you have. What ever it is, it's beautiful.

  7. Susan aka Miss. R says:

    Thank you all for the warm Bloom Day welcome.

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