Monday, May 28, 2012

It's Bloomin' Tuesday!

 Welcome!
We are still hoping for some good soaking rain.  70% chance tomorrow!
 The dry weather hasn't slowed down the Dead Nettle around the tree in the shade garden.  It had spread a couple feet past the brick circling the tree so I pulled out tons of it earlier this spring.
 This Clematis climbing up the sides to an old iron crib is putting on a great show in spite of the heat.  (Mid to high 80's and that is not normal for Memorial weekend in New York!)
 One of my favorites is blooming in the front garden. I love these mulleins!  They are such soft colors.
 They just seem to have an old fashion look to me. 
 The sidewalk garden has some blue going on with Siberian Iris and Blue balloon flowers.
 The driveway garden is brimming with dianthus! There are dark purple and white behind the red, that have not bloomed yet.   Then moss roses and cranesbill geranium. A purple Clematis climbs the trellis in back.
The first plant is this lovely white fringed dianthus. 
I trust you all had a nice holiday weekend and had lots of time to take pictures of your gardens so you could join the tour.  Remember to add your name and permalink to Mr Linky and add a link to this post on your Bloomin' Tuesday post.
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1. Crafty Gardener, Canada
2. Christine
3. Yael from Home Garden Diggers
4. Lavender Cottage
5. Ann @ Moonbeams & Fireflies
6. Dandelion and Daisy
7. daisy
8. Darla
9. Donna's Designs
10. Mary
11. Suzanne - Colorado
12. Unusual Planters
13. Deb ~ VA
14. Tracy - Gardening Obsession (MA)
15. ~~Rhonda
16. How to Cut Peonies to Display Inside
17. Creating New Gardens
18. My Garden of herbs and things!!
19. Look at Poppies
20. Health tips
21. Bella's Rose Cottage
22. Mauve Garden Flowers

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16 comments:

xinex said...

How beautiful! Love your colorful flowers...Christine

Yael at Home Garden Diggers said...

Lovely garden. I love your reuse of found items in your garden.

Yael from Home Garden Diggers

Lavender Cottage said...

Your gardens are full of wonderful plants. I like mulleins and have grown them in the past but they disappear after a few years. I guess one has to accept that some plants are short-lived in various locations.
Judith

Ann said...

Your dianthus are gorgeous. Mine seemed subpar this season. Love the use of the crib for your climbing clematis.

Dandelion and Daisy said...

I have three different Mullien but yours look stockier than mine. Maybe, you have them planted in a drier place than I do...they don't bloom too long but I sure like the flowers while they are around.

daisy said...

Your garden is really coming alive! Must enjoy the warmer temps! I especially love the blue. Thanks for hosting, Jean!

Darla said...

It's a wonder how these plants keep on giving in this heat! Love the Clematis as always.

Donna Heber said...

Hi Jean,

Your gardens are gorgeous! I really enjoyed my tour and seeing your clematis and dianthus. Thank you again for hosting.

Mary said...

Lovely post, and so inspiring. I'm going to gather my flower seeds now. :)

Suzanne said...

There's so much beauty in your garden. I hope you get the rain that you need!

Deb said...

Everything is beautiful, Jean, especially the white fringed dianthus.

~~Rhonda said...

Love the mulleins and the fringed dianthus! So pretty! I don't have any luck with dianthus. We have some wild mulleins, so maybe I should try one of those pretty ones you have. So nice! ~~Rhonda

Barb @ A Life in Balance said...

Love the beautiful flowers! I love this time of year because there's so much to see in the garden!

debbie said...

such a lovely garden!!! thanks for taking me on a tour!

debbie

Denise @ secondtimearoundfinds said...

Lovely post, thanks for hosting. Spring flowers (almost summer flowers) are so wonderful.

Candylei said...

Thank you for letting me join in your party.