Welcome to another Bloomin' Tuesday!
The weather has been nice here even tho the temps have gone up and down ( I really like the 60's better than the 80's). We are needing rain again but it's supposed to come tonight.
I'm showing the garden on the side of my driveway because the Clematis and and a carnation are open now.
I'm trying to get a moss garden going in this area by the neighbors pine tree. I love moss and have a couple already growing on my property but I need to take a walk in the woods for more.
We're back in the shade garden where the Lady's Mantle is blooming. These blooms are great in bouquets instead of Baby's Breath and I like the color it adds.
The ground cover sedum is blooming (and taking over!), The yellow certainly brightens the shady area! This picture also has hosta, Carmel Coral Bells, Painted Fern and Cameleon plant.
I can't believe all the grapes forming on the grape vine my Son gave me a few years ago. I've only had a couple bunches that the birds ate the last 2 years.
My 'wild' garden is getting wilder looking with all the yellow loosestrife and white Huckster Red Beard Tongue ( the stems are red) this week.
I love the loosestrife but it does take over if you are not careful.
That's what's bloomin' in my gardens. What's bloomin' in yours? Add your name and permalink to Mr Linky and a link to this post on your blog.
Enjoy the tour!P.S. It's been raining since last night! A wonderful slow steady rain, just what the gardens need.