Hollyhock nigra apparently reseed at some point and is just now, for the first time this summer, blooming.
Nasturtiums were also slow to get going.
Abutilon Pink Parasol, on the other hand, blooms many months of the year.
This container of white wax begonias will soon die back to the soil, to return in the spring. These plants are in their 4th summer.
Other bloomers include two other abutilons, allysum, Solanum jasminoides, bat faced cuphea, a pink and yellow hollyhock, cosmos, Italian sunflowers, several salvias, lavenders, strawberries, green beans, violas, dianthus, wishful-thinking tomatoes, Rosa Flower Girl, Rosa Demitasse, plumbago, and tulbaghia.
Having been out of town on the 15th, which is the official Garden Blogger Bloom Day, I played catch-up in the garden today. Although I took photos a day early I find myself posting a day late. But that means if you head over to May Dreams Gardens you will see what Carol has blooming. And you can check out Mr. Linky to see what is blooming all over the blooming world!