It’s been like winter here the last few days! Rain and temps in the low sixties………that is winter for us. Kinda topsy turvy, that’s why I did my feature photo this week in the Tiny Planet App on my IPhone. And then my leaves on the Agapanthus looked good so I Waterlogued them, another App. It’s summer and I’m playing…………….
Here are the Spiderwort in my Cottage Garden. They never fail me, they just get bigger and bigger. I cut my shrub roses way, way, way back in the winter and now you can hardly see them behind the spiderwort. They better get crackin’.
The dwarf shrub roses in the front garden are looking good too.
Everything is growing with all the rain we’ve had. The lamb’s ears are whoppers!
This was one of the 15 alliums I planted along the fence line last Fall. Only three survived the landscapers and the new fence. I really like them and will plant more this fall! I think I want the really, really giant ones, are they Christophii? These were called Bubble Blend and were different colors and sizes mixed together. Since only three survived I don’t know what the others looked like.
These are “Pardon My Pink” bee balm. This is a new variety and good for humid weather. I love bee balm and wanted to try something new so I have two new ones in the flower garden right now. When the other variety blooms, I’ll show it as well.
Well, that is it for this week, short and sweet. I am getting ready to travel again and trying to get all my gardens posted before I leave. Look for the posts of the “Connoisseurs Gardens” in Atlanta, Georgia. Eight fantastic, fantastic, fantastic gardens. There are so many photos I want to show, so they will be bigger posts! See you in the garden!
Won’t you join us with your SOS?
The instructions for SOS are easy. The photos can be flowers, vegetables, a garden design, whatever, as long as it’s garden related and posted on Saturday! So, it’s six photos. Of Gardens. On Saturday. Easy Peasy. To see all the SOS’s look at SIX ON SATURDAY, hosted by the Propagator, to check out all of them each Saturday! See you next week in another spot!