Monday, June 17, 2013

Bloomin' Tuesday!

 
Welcome!
 My front garden with the trellis is looking pretty good.  I made the trellis from wrought iron porch posts. I've planted a couple Clematis on it, a summer bloomer and a fall bloomer.
 Cranesbill geranium are another favorite of mine.  They always fill in so nice and bloom all season.
 This grass has cute little blue flowers on the tips of it.  It does pop up all over and seems to grow even in full shade.
 I love this new Splish Splash Cranesbill I just got. It's mostly white but there is purple here and there.  Sometimes a whole petal and sometimes just a 'splash'.
 My 'wild' garden is getting pretty wild!  Right now there are mostly daisies, yellow loosestrife and Red Huckster (actually white blooms with red stems) blooming.
 I love this dark burgundy dianthis.  Another Cranesbill behind it.
 They are in my middle garden along with foxglove and pink thrift. 
 Along the walkway I planted 3 Cranesbill.  One is doing well but it seems the deer like the blue and the light  pink.
Well, that's what's bloomin' where I am.  What's bloomin' where you are?  Add you name and permalink to Mr Linky and a link to this post on yours to join the tour.


7 comments:

daisy said...

It's lookin' good there! That third picture looks like our native blue-eyed grass. The sweetest periwinkle blue flowers grow on it.

Suzanne said...

I was inspired by your foxglove and bought two last weekend. I'm looking forward to planting them! Love your garden as always!

Sensible Gardening said...

Oh those deer! How we hate to love them!

Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden said...

I like your wild garden! The Cranesbill are a great plant- I have ones just like your larger bunch. It's a great reliable plant! I have some of those little grasses with the blue flowers too but they are just getting going. I like your trellis. My clematis isn't looking good on mine this year. I think our winter was too hard on things, but then we have had a very slow elongated spring here.

Beth said...

I like your cranesbill, Jean! If you get a chance perhaps you can identify my mystery cranesbill. I rescued it last year from an abandoned greenhouse after the bank sale. It had no label. It's the last pic of my post today.
I have the yellow loosestrife too. It surely is bright and cheery!
Beth

scottweberpdx said...

Gorgeous flowers...I love the Blue-Eyed Grass...it's so cute...and your wild garden is awesome!

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