Sunday, June 03, 2007

Green Thumb Sunday

Sun rose
Dianthus weigela (shrub)
coral bells
Can't remember what these are called. They bloom at night and the leaves look like skinny dandelions.
Small bulb that was here when I moved. Anyone know what they are?
wild phlox
peony
Dr. Ruppel clematis



10 comments:

"Early Bird" said...

All very pretty...I'm not one to know what too many flowers are...I just know what's pretty...

PEA said...

How wonderful your flowers are!! I wish I could tell you what those two types are but they're not familiar to me. xox

Wicked Gardener said...

I've never heard of a weigela before, but after looking at your pictures, I'm going to hunt for it in the store! I like the clematis too!

Muum said...

I am guessing the bulb is a star of Bethlehem (ornigathalum), does it bloom in early spring? I just love to guess!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Captain Lifecruiser said...

Wonderful flowers all of them! Quite a variety you got there :-)

gupyman said...

Very nice flowers you have! Thanks for the pics... I need to plant something new.... I've got some new ideas now.

skeet said...

How wonderful to be surrounded by so much brilliant color. Just lovely!

RUTH said...

I think the yellow may be a form of Evening Primrose (Oenothera) and the white one Star of bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum)
A lovely selection of plants. Happy GTS

Sara said...

Hi Jean,
What a fantastic collection of flowers and photographs. A pleasure to view.
Sara from farmingfriends

Kylee said...

Ooooh, such pretty flowers! I'm jealous of your Star of Bethelehem (the white one that you weren't sure what it was). I NEED some of those, even though I'm told they're rather invasive.