Friday, June 15, 2012

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day June 2012

What's Blooming, Mississippi, Zone 7

Gardenia

Evening Primrose, Oenothera

Rose of Sharon, Althea, Hibiscus syriacus

White Rose of Sharon

Butterfly Bush, Buddleia

Pink Hydrangea

Blue Hydrangea

Monkey Faces, Mimulus

Milk and Wine Lily, Crinum


Day Lily, Hemerocallis

Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

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15 comments:

  1. I've learnt something new! I didn't know Rose of Sharon came in any colour other than yellow. All very pretty pictures. For years I was indifferent to hydrangeas, but suddenly fell in love with them and have planted two this year.

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  2. All very pretty. I never heard of monkey faces before.
    Have a great weekend.

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  3. Beautiful photos - so much color :) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. So Pretty, I love the gardenia!

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  5. aloha,

    beautiful collections, thanks for the wonderful garden tour :)

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  6. Love the gardenia and hydrangeas!

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  7. All beautiful pictures. Sighed over the gardenia - not possible to grow them outdoors here in upstate NY. We should have Rose of Sharon blooming in the next month. We have a lot of lilies out. I can't grow mimulus-our groundhogs will eat it right up. Happy GBBD and thank you for visiting my garden.

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  8. You have so many beautiful flowers, love the Rose of Sharon, gardenia and lilies, I have grown all these before but they need a lot of care in my hot climate exposed to the sea, so they lasted just a season. Also love the hydrangeas, never grew those.

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  9. Gorgeous, gorgeous. I could almost smell that pristine gardenia!

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  10. I bet that gardenia smells wonderful! The purple monkey faces are so pretty. I have two others growing here, an apricot and a bright red one. Happy GBBD!

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  11. Such pretty flowers for Bloom Day. I've never grown Mimulus, but I like that bright color. And I really like the daylily with its recurved petals! Happy Bloom Day!

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  12. Happy Bloom Day! Gardenias have the most divine scent. It must be lovely to have one in your garden. Your hydrangeas are also pretty. I hope my Rose of Sharon blooms this year. Fingers crossed! Enjoy your Sunday.

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  13. So lovely. I enjoy seeing those blooms so much. You seem to be a little ahead of me. I still don't have phlox blooming. I'm looking forward to them too. Happy Bloom Day!~~Dee

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  14. Such pretties in your garden this month! I love the pastel ruffles of the hydrangeas.

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  15. White Rose of Sharon - that's new to me. Beautiful. Also really like the Crinums.

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