Tuesday, May 15, 2007

May Bloom Day










My blooms for May
Nandina
Hollyhock
Fibrous begonias
Heuchera "Stormy Seas"
pansies
allysum
Geranium "Rozanne"
Wisteria (reblooms a little all summer if seed pods are removed)
Alstroemeria
Pelargoniums
Lavenders
Rosa "Berries and Cream"
Rosa "New Dawn"
Rosa "Demitasse"
Rosa "Caldwell Pink"
White Solanum
forget-me-nots (almost done)
star jasmine
mallow
Cranesbill "Biokova"
Salvia "May Night"
Salvia "Blue Hill"
Salvia "de Otono"
scented geranium "Lady Plymouth"
onions
thyme
lamb's ear (this just appeared...I never planted it)
Carnation Dwarf "Evermore"
pink carnation
Salvia "Victoria Blue"
Penstemon "Hidcote Pink"
Penstemon "Apple Blossom"
Penstemon heterophyllus "Blue Springs"
Scabiosa "Butterfly Blue" and "Pink Mist"
Nepeta "Walker's Low"
Abutilon
Society Garlic
dianthus
Pittosporum

3 comments:

Carol said...

Thanks for participating in Bloom Day. That's quite a list of blooming plants, and some great pictures. Isn't May the best?!

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

anna maria said...

You have so many beautiful blooms! I love the color of the Hollyhocks, one of my all-time favorites.
You better take care of that wrist, you've got a lot of plants to tend!

Blackswamp_Girl said...

Hollyhocks! Wow... it will be a while before we get to enjoy those here. :) Great lists and great pictures, Leslie.

I hope that your wrist continues to work with you during gardening season. I'm glad to hear that even the doc said you could wait until the fall to take care of it.