Monday, June 20, 2011

It's Bloomin' Tuesday!

Welcome!



Today I'm going to show you my side garden. This garden is to the right of my house, the walkway is to the beauty shop. Now that the Lupines and Bachelor Buttons are



done I have lots of yellow.



I dug things out of this garden last year and love finding blooms I forgot I planted like this Globeflower, Golden Queen.

It has an orange tint and shows up well against the Yellow Loosestrife,

I discovered this Gallery Red Lupine on the far side of the garden, next to my neighbors driveway. The pink behind it is a volunteer foxglove.
This shot is looking done from the top of the garden. The white flowers are Beard Tongue, Husker Red. The stems are reddish and the blooms are really a very light pink inside. A friend gave me money years ago when my Grandmother died and told me to by a plant. I got this because my Grandma loved red and the my friend loved white flowers.
Some of the Beard Tongue decided to move to the bottom of the garden with daisies and yellow Sundrops.

I found this Dianthus, Heart Attack last year. I love the color! The pink you see in this picture is from a Cranesbill Geranium that has spread here and there throughout this wild garden.




This shot is the true color.






As you can see I love color! In my mind there is no clashing in the garden. If you'd like to show me your colors, just add your name and permalink to Mr Linky and add link on your blog to this post. We'd love to see what's bloomin' this week where you are.
1. Carol Samsel
2. Savannah Granny!
3. Stokes Aster
4. Tallulahs Antique Closet
5. Cozy Home Scenes
6. Bella's Rose Cottage
7. Donna's Designs
8. Zoey in Michigan
9. Darla, North Florida
10. Rosemary
11. Deb ~ VA
12. Raw Thoughts and Feelings
13. Racquel
14. daisy
15. Debbie
16. Vegetable Garden update
17. Suzanne
18. Around the Yard (Shanon @foodfarmhealth)
19. Mary
20. Dawn
21. Linda's Lunacy
22. Our Country Home
23. Flea Market Lady
24. Porch. Patio and Plants
25. Fishtail Cottage
26. Happier Than A Pig In Mud
27. Peony @ SBNR
28. Debbie@The Friday Friends
29. Bet in SC
30. Carol at Our Sears Kit Home
31. Gardening Obsession (Tracy) MASS
32. debbie
33. my garden of herbs and things!
34. Out & about in the garden
35. Studio Stuff
36. Homemaking Dreams

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30 comments:

perennialgardener said...

I love color too Jean and sometimes it works out and sometimes I have to rework it. ;) Yours is working well. :)

perennialgardener said...

I thought I posted on Mr. Linky but he's disappeared. :( I'll check back later.

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

I tried to join in on the fun but I not able to find the Mr. Linky........ Im Sad now maybe later.

Carol said...

Beautiful as usual!! I always look forward to you gardens :)

SavannahGranny said...

I love your garden. You have so many beautiful varieties. My garden is new and immature. I just hope I can develop a garden like yours. Thank you for sharing.
Ginger :)

SavannahGranny said...

I am a new follower and I have linked up. However no links are showing. and the post is saying you have three comments but I think I am the sixth.
I am a new gardner so I am hoping to learn from you. Thanks for sharing your garden. Ginger :)

deborah said...

Your side garden is lovely! The yellow is so bright and cheery.

Suzanne said...

People must come into your shop with a smile on their faces after seeing all that beauty!

Anne Fannie said...

As always Jean, your garden is beautiful!!
~Ann

Donna Heber said...

Hi Jean,

Your side garden with all its pretty color is beautiful! I love the last picture of your Dianthus. Thank you for hosting.

Zoey said...

I remember D. Heart attack from last year. It's such a vibrant red.

I am admiring that red lupine, too. I usually see pastels in lupines. You always find the greatest flowers!

Darla said...

This is a very bright area. I love all the colors here.

Rosemary said...

How Bright and cheery is your side garden... Love the dianthus Heart Attack very rich colour.

Deb said...

Hi Jean! Love that heart attack color on the dianthus. And I've never heard of Beard Tongue! You have some different plants in your garden--all are beautiful!

daisy said...

I haven't heard of some of the beauties you have. I wonder if they only grow further north. Your garden looks so sunny with all that yellow!

Deborah Jean at Dandelion House said...

Your blossoms are lovely! I love color in the garden too...I'm linking up today for the first time and sharing lovely rose covered picket fences from New England. I'll come back next week with blooms from my garden!I'm waiting for some things to really pop!
Happy summer,
Deb

xinex said...

You have a beautiful garden. You must have a green thumb. I love to garden but I can never remember names of plants except for the more common ones. I will have to visit you more often to learn. I will try to remember to link up with you...Christine

Mary-Frances said...

It's good to be back Jean, this is my first Bloomin' Tuesday link-up of the season. Your garden is looking gorgeous. Love the globeflower. I agree with you about colour in the garden...it's all good!

Linda @ Linda's Lunacy said...

I haven't planted any gardens by color, but your gorgeous yellow and white flowers make me want to. lol

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What a beautiful garden you have! I am new to Bloomin' Tuesday and I just linked up...

Hugs,
Debbie

Carol said...

Jean,
The dianthus is a great color! Stunning.
I didn't know there was yellow loosestrife. I've only seen the purple. Love it.
The colors and the textures and extravagance of all of it together is wonderful!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Love the pic you used for your header Jean! Happy Summer:@)

shannon i olson said...

your garden is looking lovely, I had to pick peonies before the rain set in today!

Debbie said...

Everything is so green and so pretty!
I live in the High Desert and work hard to get anything 'green'.

Bet said...

I'm Deb's (of Mountain Musings) sister, Bet. It's my first time participating in Bloomin' Tuesday!

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Your flowers are looking happy and healthy. I love that dark colored dianthus! I posted about a garden tour today. I didn't remember it's Bloomin' Tuesday. I'll have some new blooms for next week.

☆☆Mumsy said...

What a fabulous area with so many beautiful flowers to see!

Flea Market Lynn said...

Thx for stopping by.....love your blog and I am a new follower. I hope you will follow my new blog too! Thx!

Queen of The Desert said...

I love all the beautiful colors in your garden.

lindaharre said...

I know I am late in linking, but just had to try it:D Something new for me! Really enjoyed all the garden shots!!!