Friday, July 10, 2009

Blooming Things

We have both early and late blooming daisies. Don't know either of their names but I like them both.




Kim's Inulas are about six foot tall.




We love our Nicolas daylilies with the Lychnis coronaria. Wouldn't they look great with some white cosmos? Yes, they would. Do I ever attempt that? Yes. Have I ever timed it right? No.

Someday.





Unknown volunteer rudbeckia.




Bee on a drumstick allium.



And Tuscawilla Tigress daylily is blooming well this year; its fifth year here.

11 comments:

Dirt Princess said...

Looks great! Such a great color splash! The daisies are gorgeous!

Nat said...

I love the patterns on your Rudbeckia! And I have got to get some of that coronaria.

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

I love all of them, but there's something about daisies and summer that just go together. The Inulas are amazing, I bet they look great that tall.

Miss Daisy said...

Beautiful shots and blooms! I especially liked the last shot of the bee on your allium. You have some gorgeous flowers growing in your garden.

Walk in the Woods said...

What fantastic blossoms - and your photos capture their spirit so nicely! Thanks for sharing. :)

Janet said...

Daisies sure make a cheery presense. I like that rudbeckia.

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

Lovely shots... and the shot on the bee is so exquisite.... are the bees in your has any preference for particular flower?.. or they just like true flamboyant playboy, any flower will do?

~ bangchik

Tatyana said...

Gorgeous blooms you have there! I just love the bee on the allium! Very bright cheerful post, thanks!

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Connie said...

Great photography of your lovely blooms. I sure like that Rudbeckia. I haven't been here to visit your blog for some time...I didn't realize you were no longer showing up on my followed blog list. Guess I need to sign up again as a follower, since you changed your blog name.

Heather said...

Your blooms are looking wonderful and that is two weeks after I saw it in what I thought was full bloom then. Very pretty!