Once again, Helen’s Haven in Raleigh, NC looks around the garden for Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day. Carol at May Dreams Gardens started this as a nod to Elizabeth Lawrence. Here’s my nod to Carol. Enjoy!
Miss Huff Lantana
Society garlic (Tulbaghia violacea)
Snail vine - ready for fist bloom
Black eyed Susans (Rudbeckia)
Limelight hydrangea (Hydrangea paniculata)
Knock out rose
Obedient Plant (Physostegia)
'Double Violet' Rose of Sharon
White wood aster (Aster Eurybia divaricata
Purple cone flower (Echineaca)
Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare)
'Chiffon' Rose of Sharon - was suppose to be 'Double Violet'
Canna - variety unknown
'Diane' Rose of Sharon
'Stairway to Heaven' Cl. Rose Flowers yes, foilage nope!
Bronze fennel (Foenicuium vulgare)
Sweet Autumn Clematis (Clematis terniflora)
Bottle Tree - always in bloom
'Zuni' Crape Mytle (Lagersterois indica)
Candy Corn Plant (Cuphea micropetala) First blooms of the season
More in bloom that the photo did turn out or I forgot to photograph. Probably others. Hard to see the individual blooms in the mass plantings sometimes.
Fleabane (Erigeron profusion)
Ruellia – pink and purple
Verbenas – Homestead purple, Homestead red, and bonariensis
Salvias – blue and black, blue, light purple, hot lips
Zinnas – lots of varieties
Roses – Cl. Don Juan, many others
Dragon wined begonias
‘Natchez’ Crape Myrtle
Unknown Crape Myrtle
Joe Pye Weed
Cross vine – a few flowers
Morning glory – volunteer
‘Red Shift’ Coreopsis
Crinums – How could I forget the crinums?
Gardening With Confidence