Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Bloomin Tuesday- June 28th

At the end of June the garden is starting to fill out..
Stella D'oro lily


 The yellow of Stella  Combined with the Nicotiana, purple perfume  and  orange crush  marigold  is quite a striking look.

This combo  says  serene to me ,the pink Endless Summer  Hydrangea and the Pink Pirouette lily.




Sun lit White Bridal  Astilbe....



 Newly planted Hosta called Northern Exposure  (so apropos for this area of Canada)  I  purchased  on the garden club tour at Shades of Green hosta garden .Love hostas with   deeply quilted and ribbed leaves..
 This  hosta gets quite large might end up being the hosta that ate my garden...



Wonder what next weeks blooms will bring?

12 comments:

Deb said...

I love your hydrangea peeking out from its hiding place. And I love the ribbed hosta, too. I just found 4 hosta nibbled to the quick behind my shed! I guess the deer were hidden from my view when they ate it.

Beth said...

Rosemary, Your pink hydrangeas and lilies are stunning! I enjoyed reading your prior post on the garden tour as well.
Blessings, Beth

Suzanne said...

Gorgeous combinations of color! The hydrangea is so pretty!

debbie said...

beautiful blooms!

Rosanne said...

They all look really pretty!

Racquel said...

You have stuff blooming that's long gone in my garden like the Astilbe. Pretty blooms this week Rosemary! :)

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Rosemary
It's nice to meet another Ontario blogger. I like your garden and read about the garden tour, the lavender farm looks amazing - couldn't tell from their site where it's located.
I started making cards this year too, through Sampin' Up and find it so relaxing. Your designs are lovely.
Judith

Jean said...

Rosemary, I do love your color combos! Amazing how all the colors bring each other out. Lovely! Jean

Donna Heber said...

Gorgeous blooms Rosemary including that Endless Summer Hydrangea. Thanks for sharing your garden with us.

Roan said...

That hydrangea is a beauty! I have a fondness for Hosta. It grows well in those shaded areas where other things won't grow. I can almost smell the lavender. Very nice selection of flowers!

Kim and Victoria said...

Very nice! We have some buds on our astilbes, no blooms yet.

Becca's Dirt said...

I have an endless summer hydrangea and I am loving that it blooms so freely. Wish I could say my hostas are getting big. I think I've lost the ones I planted 5 or so weeks ago. Don't know what happened to them - they may have been eaten by some bug.