Monday, June 14, 2010

It's Bloomin' Tuesday!

Welcome!
It's bloomin' thyme!
A purple clematis with the dark pink geranium planted in front.
A closeup.
These carnations are really more purple than they look here.
My Knockout Rose is knockin' out the blooms.
A newer perennial Veronica, Royal Candles.
This is definitely a new favorite.
Centaurea Dealbata with an added critter. I've had this in my 'wild' garden for several years now and it's almost a bush.
The 'wild' garden. Yellow loosestrife. Back left, daisies, middle, Beard tongue, Red Huckster (the stems are red), right, light pink cranesbill geranium.
Bottom middle, dragonfly made from silverware.
That's what's bloomin' in my little corner of the world. What's bloomin' in yours? To join our garden tour, just add your name and permalink to Mr Linky below. Please also add a link to this post on your blog. To get different Bloomin' Tuesday buttons and list of 'rules' click the button on my sidebar. Remember everyone is welcome and you must sign up every week. Now sit back with a cool beverage of your choice and see what's bloomin' all around our country!



19 comments:

perennialgardener said...

Bloomin Thyme, lol. Good pun Jean. ;) My Thyme is blooming right now too, forgot to get a pic. Darn! I love that Loosestrife, is it aggressive?

Jean said...

The yellow loosestrife is pretty aggressive but I think it's worth it. It always blooms and stays blooming for a couple weeks. I just dig some out every few years. I will be getting rid of some this fall.

vintage girl at heart said...

love your blooms!!!
happy bloomin' tuesday!

Sherry said...

I enjoyed visiting your blog. My friend Alyssa linked with her garden pictures last week and I enjoyed looking last week so thought I would join in this week.

Suzanne said...

Beautiful blossoms this week, Jean. That fabulous picture with the added critter is wonderful!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Jean,
I came here to get the link to your blog, and found the name of a couple of my plants, one the veronica, and the other the loosestrife. Mine hasn't spread too far, but I do pull it out when it spreads farther than I want it to.

Those carnations sure are pretty!

Caceres Family~ said...

I enjoyed this so much last week and looked forward to joining again all week! It's fun to be able to tour others gardens and share mine with other people!
Your flowers are beautiful, I especially have a soft spot for your carnation~ gorgeous!!!
happy gardening!
~katrina

Alea said...

The loosestrife is striking! I am overwhelmed with all of the beautiful flowers you have blooming right now!

Mumsy said...

You have such a beautiful garden with so many pretty flowers. Gorgeous pictures!

CosmoGirl Carla said...

Hi Jean! Found your blog through another blog I visit. So glad to find more gardening blogs through your linky party. Thanks for hosting this each week. Can't wait to go on my own "garden tour" of those linked up with you.

Your flowers and gardens are amazing! Thanks for great inspiration.

Darlene said...

I love that arch with the clematis and I see why you are lovin' those Royal Candles....GORGEOUS!!! Your wild garden is fabulous. Hope you have a GREAT Tuesday. We finally got some rain that we needed.♥

Bonnie said...

That is a gorgeous clematis. I just love the color!

Becca's Dirt said...

Beautiful Jean. I love Veronica and the clematis is stunning. Have a good day. Becca

Dee said...

Thank you for hosting a great meme. Sorry if I break any rules, but I love to take pics of other gardens since I don't have one yet. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the royal candles, I wonder if they would do well in the desert. Thanks again!

Grandmother Wren said...

A lovely meme and a lovely garden!
Thank you, Jean -
I'm going to enjoy watching all these gardens grow.

Zoey said...

Oh, my, that Veronica looks spectacular. I planted "Sunny Border Blue" in one of my containers, but yours looks so much better. How many years have you had it?

The foxgloves you sent me finally bloomed. I was so excited! There were two plants that bloomed. Both were pink. They were very tiny, though. The flower was only about 4 inches tall. I think it was because I moved them earlier in the spring.

Deb said...

Hi Jean, I'm just feeling well enough to catch up on your blog and a couple of Bloomin' Tuesdays. Your flowers, as always, are magnificent! (I was in the hospital a week and now have been home recuperating and will be for 6 weeks. i may be scarce participating in Bloomin' Tuesday until i get my strength back, but it will be good to see what's blooming all over.)

I also saw on another post about some foxglove seeds in the fall. I would love some as I don't have any foxglove blooming. I'll try and find your address once this comment is posted.

family tree maker said...

hello jean,
very nice and impressive photography. Also the flowers are too blooming and they have freshen my mind. Specially the knockout roses are great. just love to visit your site again and again, so I have bookmarked it.

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hi jean
very nice and outstanding photography of yours. The colors are so good, I have seen many flowers, but not all, even I have visited many flowers exhibitions. However, I am feeling so fresh now, good work ..