Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, September 2020

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day, Our World Tuesday, and All Seasons

The 15th of each month is Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

The northeast corner of Mississippi, USA zone 7b

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There are still a few blooms in the topmost branches of Althea, Rose of Sharon, a tall shrub.

My Encore Azalea 'Autumn Royalty' is full of blooms.

Turk's Cap, Malvaviscus arboreus

The Spiderworts I found on the side of the road and moved to my garden are almost finished for this year.

It is no surprise that Asiatic Dayflowers are commonly called Mouse Ears! They are cute little things, but they can become invasive and difficult to control.

Honeysuckle is another invasive plant that has to be kept under strict control.

Cypress Vines, Ipomoea quamoclit, have feathery leaves and tiny star-shaped blooms.

For a look at things to come, my Spider Lilies, Lycoris, will probably open up tomorrow!

Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!

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  1. The flowers you have a beautiful. I love the colors. I was quite fascinated by the Turk's Cap. Happy Bloom Day.

  2. So many flowers I don't have, and some I never heard of before! The dayflowers and spider lilies for instance.

  3. Ahhh...such beautiful blooms. Our are almost all gone.

  4. All lovely plants, Lea! It's been years since I've grown Rose of Sharon but I think I need to try it again. That Cypress vine is really interesting - I've never seen or heard of it before (which probably means it won't grow in my area of Southern California).

  5. What a collection of wonderful blooms. Happy Bloom Day.

  6. What beautiful blooms - the earth laughs in flowers!

  7. Still lovely late in the season!

  8. Beautiful. Mouse ears! And different from what grows in my area, except that our area's Rose of Sharon have had an exceptional year. Many times they are tired by now, but not this year. Yours is my favorite color of theirs!

  9. Beautiful.My surprise lilies have not bloomed from long time now.It would be my pleasure if you join my link up party related to Gardening here at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2020/09/peacock-flower-beauty.html

  10. You have quite a variety of flowers, Lea:) Love the rose of Sharon, and the Mouse ears, and the ones you have in your hand.y thank I didn't know any of these, so am thrilled with learning about all of these new flowers at All Seasons! Many thanks, and have a great flowery rest of the week, Jesh

  11. Lovely post. I used to love honeysuckle, until I tried to keep it from strangling our shrubbery.

  12. A rainbow of colors in your garden! I am looking forward seeing your spider lily flowers :)


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