The garden is finally beginning to get going after a slow, cool, rainy May. Therefore, I have been out there puttering and not keeping up on certain computer activities. So here is a quick little look at the new blooms, leaving the continuing bloomers for some other post...someday.
Maybe not new...but the beginning of the lighter summer bloom. The wisteria blooms its massive total coverage bloom sans foliage in early spring. Now, as long as I keep the seed pods picked, the wisteria will continue to bloom most of the summer.
I KNOW the name for this daylily was written down. Just where is the question....
Bat-faced cuphea, a plant I first saw on Annie in Austin's Transplantable Rose, is a favorite. It has just begun blooming but will continue most of the summer.
Summer squash Tondo Scuro di Piacenza promises summer goodness.
Green beans are just beginning to bloom...one of my favorite summer treats.
Shasta daisies, Leucanthemum x superbum, is also just beginning to bloom. One of the old reliable early summer bloomers in the Central California garden.
Check out world wide blooms by visiting Carol at May Dreams Gardens. Besides dreaming of May she dreamed up this great way for us to virtually visit each other and enjoy a myriad of blooms!