July's Bloom Day finds many hardy stalwarts putting on a show for the summer. Among them are 'Lucifer' croscosmia. Also blooming 'George Davidson' croscosmia.
Angel trumpets. These were wintered over as cuttings from plants I picked up at the master gardener plant sale last summer. This plant is really neat. The buds are yellow but the blooms are pink. Does anyone know why? I assure you all these flowers in the picture are on one plant. I find this really neat.
Unknown lily. This looks like Stargazer but cannot be because I did not plant Stargazer in this spot. It is about 3 feet tall and growing in the shade.
'Hyperion' dayliles. I love these heirloom daylilies. Also blooming are other colored daylilies, cultivars unknown.
Unknown canna, a pass along. I thought it was 'The President', however I don't think 'The President' has dark foliage like this one. Anyone recognize it? Also blooming, yellow, orange and another type of red canna.There are many more flowers blooming. I will not bore you all with their pictures as most have been pictured on this blog at one time or another so I'll content myself with simply listing them. Other flowers blooming: toad lilies, cosmos, gladiolus, squash, watermelons, touch me nots, sedums, catmint, catnip, coneflowers, garden phlox, dahlias, hydrangeas, salvias, zinnias, baby's breath, a few crepe myrtles (Muskogee), cleyera, crinum, primrose (Oenothera hookeri), many hostas, shasta daisies, brown eyed Susans, begonias, lantana, geraniums, million bells, 'Diamond Frost', supertunias, 'Fireball' hibiscus, agastache, hollyhocks alyssum, Rose of Sharon, beautyberry.
What's blooming in your garden this month?
in the garden....