Beautiful...you garden is looking so great..gorgeous blooms! Mine has had a slow start...!Sooo lovely a post..thanks for sharing your garden magic!Kiki
Rebecca, everything looks just beautiful in your garden today! You do a great job with the photography. Cheers.
looking very pretty, your blooms are futher along then mine, i need to work out how to add early summer color, i have lots in the spring and then again in the full summer heat.
Hey Kiki, I was thinking about you today, thanks so much for stopping by! Hope your garden catches up soon. :)Hi Diane, Thanks for your kind words, very much appreciated. :)Hi Marion, Glad you popped in. I didn't use to consider bloom time, but now try to consider it. Makes a big difference for keeping the parade of blooms going all season.
Everything looks so beautiful! The white bleeding heart is lovely!
I just love the snapdragons. Sometimes they are difficult to find in such beautiful colors.Love all these blooms you shared. Hooray for summer!
Hi Rebecca, Flowers come and go so quickly that I sometimes find that I miss opportunities to shoot them. I had ever intention of taking lots of lilac pictures, but I was so busy I missed them almost entirely. Yours are all so pretty. And I love the snapdragon you opened with.
Hi Rosey, This is the new 'Peachy Dragon', I saw it in another blog recently and went on a mission to find it. So glad I was successful!Hi Jennifer, I know what you mean, I've had that happen a few times. I have found that trying to maintain a blog has helped me take the time to check on & photograph plants more often, which has increased my garden time & enjoyment. The snapdragon is 'Peachy Dragon', if you want to look for it. :)
Oh Rebecca I love the last Lilac of your. How lovely. I love your Bleeding Hearts and Lamium too. Your spring garden is looking so pretty. I wish I could smell your lilacs. Mine were gone too fast this spring.
Hi Lona, 'Sensation' is a special one indeed, with the dainty white edges. Lamium is a cute groundcover, this one is growing well even in full shade.
Rebecca, The size of your pink bleeding heart is amazing; it looks wonderful. I think I have that same variety of pink/purple osteospermum growing in a container on my deck. Love your lilacs, too. (Mine are pretty much done.) -Jean
Hi Jean, it is a monster! Over 4 feet across. I really like potted osteospermums, they are so bright and cheery. :)
Rebecca girl my goodness those snap dragons are so pretty !! and that columbine is beautiful : )All of your plants are smiling now and looking so gorgeous .. I have to cut back my bleeding heart to let other plants breath .. otherwise it is a monster too .. husband loves it .. but I hear the other plants coughing so the pruners come out!LOLI am a lamium fan too so of course I love yours .. it is such a great ground cover .. so pretty and bright .. just about perfect eh ? hahaYou have to love your garden when it is in a good mood ? wink wink Joy : )
Oh, oh, did I see a yellow iris?? How pretty! :)
Flowers displayed are all beautiful..., But i still love that veggie in pot!!
Yes Ms S, you did! If you're down this way I'm sure I could spare a few. :)Hi Bangchik, thank you. I only have a few veggies (all in pots) and I enjoy them very much.
Looking really pretty over there! :-)
Hi REbecca..always so lovely here and magical..wonderful post to revisit..gorgeous blooms! and thankyou for your visit and awesome words!have a beautiful day and sparkling wkd ahead!Kiki