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June flowers

Bit busy lately! So I’ve missed this month’s GBBD but the garden is looking so lovely (well, the flowers are: I’ve got to develop better blinkers as I can’t not see the galloping weeds, which is a bit annoying as with poppies and sweet peas around you don’t want to be staring crossly at the festoons of goosegrass bedecking the hedges). 19 more words

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day June 15

Welcome to Plant Exchange on Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. If you visit Plant Exchange the 15th of each month, you will see what’s blooming here. This area is USDA Zone 4b – 5a. 311 more words


Hot and Humid in Houston nothing like last week at #GBFling- GBBD June 2015

The flowers of spring are gone and summer is upon us! Houston is turning into a lush overgrown jungle of green with all our torrential rains. 739 more words

Gardening And Design

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day-Love in a Mist & Poor Man's Orchid

I am trying to soak in every minute of this month in the garden. So many new flowers opening each week that I don’t want to miss any of them. 677 more words

Kristin Crouch

What's Blooming: Pretty Weeds

Well now, I was going to post What’s Growing “soon” as in the beginning of the month, but here we are the 15th of June – Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day hosted by Carol at… 687 more words

What's Blooming

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: Centaurea montana 'Amethyst in Snow'

It’s Garden Bloggers Bloom Day! An interesting perennial to grow for spring flowers is Centaurea montana ‘Amethyst in Snow’. This member of the aster family is very easy to grow, tolerates poor soil, dry times, and full sun or partial shade. 188 more words


Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - June 2015

Aside from the roses, sweet peas and peonies, there are numerous other blooms blooming this month.  These Calendula ‘Bronze Beauty’ are taking up probably too much of the new Bronze Bed, but as little else is flowering there yet, I’ll indulge their cheery contribution.   281 more words