Monday, June 22, 2009

It's Bloomin' Tuesday!

Welcome!Today I'm going to finally show you my shade garden. First is a slide show of some of the plants.

If the slide show isn't working click on 'View all Images' And you can see it.

This view is from the back of the garden. The tall plant on the right is the Red Dragon.

This is as you start walking into the garden. I put pine mulch on the path area and as you know planted my primroses along the path.

As you can probably tell the area on the left is my original shade garden. Along with the plants I have also transplanted the ground covers like sedum and sweet woodruff to fill in the new area.

I have also planted and transplanted some hosta. There is not much blooming in this area yet but I'm just hoping the plants will get as big as the critters are!

Thanks for stopping by for Bloomin' Tuesday! If you would like to join the tour, just add your name and permalink to Mr Linky and add a link to this post on your blog. Now sit back and enjoy! Happy gardening!



13 comments:

Susan said...

Beautiful slideshow...

Suzanne said...

Your shade garden is going to be wonderful as it grows and develops! Love the little critters!

Grammy said...

I love the slide show and shade gardens are my favorite. Have a wonderful week Jean.

Elizabeth-Plain and Simple said...

Enjoyed the slideshow and seeing your shade garden. Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Elizabeth

Darla said...

Your shade garden is coming right along.

Teresa said...

Lookin' Good!

~~Rhonda said...

Jean, it's hard to wait for the plants to grow in, isn't it? But that looks like it's going to be wonderful! ~~Rhonda

Susan said...

Once all the plants have filled out it's going to look great - I bet you can't wait.

Suzanne said...

Jean - I tried to send you an email, but it kept bouncing. Just wanted to let you know that I will send off "Garden Trellis" this afternoon. Thanks so much for your order! - Suzanne

Sue said...

Love all your plants, and even more so, I love how much room you have to garden it. I only wish!
Sue

Aiyana said...

Sounds like it will be a wonderful spot. The photos show definite shade. I wish I had a shade garden--even with a northern exposure and desert trees, all I get is a dappled shade, just enough to provide some more tender cacti some protection.
Aiyana

Deb said...

Thanks, Jean! Looking forward to seeing more of your shade garden! I have all sun!

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.