Fourth of July – Red, White and Blue in Bloom

  • Post published:07/04/2012
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Red Meideland roses

Red roses.

Red and White Meideland roses

Red and white roses.

Mothlight hydrangea

White Mothlight hydrangea.

Switzerland shasta daisies

White Switzerland shasta daisies.

Connecticut Yankee delphiniums

Blue Connecticut Yankee delphiniums. Falling over, but unbowed.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Sian

    wow some beautiful shots here!

  2. Lisa at Greenbow

    Your blooms are beautiful and so patriotic as displayed here. I hope you and yours has a great day.

  3. Jason

    Love the delphiniums. Always heard they were kind of fussy, so I’ve stayed away from them.

  4. Pat

    Lisa – we did have a great day – jazz on the banks of the Deerfield River. We found shade.
    Jason – I stayed away from delphiniums because they needed staking, but Connecticut Yankess are shorter and sturdier, and usually don’t need staking, unless deer go wandering through the garden.

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