|Serpente di Sicilia|
|Echinacea Double Delight, white four-o'clocks, salvia May Night|
|Plumbago growing over the arbor with Lady Banks rose|
Agapanthus, salvias, alyssum, society garlic, lavenders, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, green beans, oreganos (both culinary and ornamental), solanum jasminoides, shasta daisies, hollyhocks, pelargoniums and begonias of several kinds add to the blooms. It may not be as floriferous as a month ago but there are, as Elizabeth Lawrence said, blooms nearly every month of the year, and July is no exception. Visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens to see blooms around the world. That is also a good place to find out just who Elizabeth Lawrence was!