Things are finally blooming in the garden at the new house, only I don’t know what they are. Well, for the most part, I know what genus they are, but not the variety. So I’d like to show you some of what I’ve got, and maybe you can tell me more about them.
There are two varieties of peonies planted in a row at the bottom of the slope garden. These are the peonies I was weeding with the Cobrahead earlier in the year.
There are two bearded irises blooming here, right next to each other. I have no idea what variety they are. If you recognize either, please let me know.
I feel certain these are fairly common clematis. They look familiar, as if I have seen them in catalogs several times over. Is one of them growing in your garden, and do you know its name?
It occurred to me as I was editing these images that these two shrubs might be the same rose, in two different lights. I should cut one from each and compare.
Any guesses?Looking forward to your comments.
Inspired by the words of Elizabeth Lawrence, “We can have flowers nearly every month of the year,” Carol of May Dreams Gardens started Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. On the 15th of every month, garden bloggers from all over the world publish what is currently blooming in their gardens, and leave a link in Mr. Linky and the comments of May Dreams Gardens.