On this Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day I went out into the garden in the mist to take my photos. These asters just started blooming on the ‘hellstrip.’ A few other plants are blooming like the coneflower and a pink phlox.
The Firelight hydrangea (one of three hydrangeas) is getting pinker every day. Blooming flowers around her include a helenium, Grandpa Ott’s morning glory, a delphinium and a pink honeysuckle. A lot is still going on in the garden.
I love Robustissima, even when she is knocked down by last night’s rain.
Name lost. Maybe ‘Neon’? She doesn’t seem very Neon-ish.
These annuals are growing on a bed where all the perennials drowned last year. I love looking at this melange from my kitchen window. I’m planning to keep them there.
These black eyed susans somehow jumped from the big clump in the nearby bed. I think black eyed susans will have to leave.
There are still a few scattered roses like Purple Rain.
Can I call these ripening raspberries ‘blooming’? I am surprised to have them so late in the year, but the bushes are full.
I want to thank Carol over at May Dreams Gardens and giving us the chance to see gardens all over this great land.