June is the easiest month for taking Garden Blogger Bloom Day pictures! So much is in bloom - just walk and shoot!
Here's what's blooming in my garden today:
I grew Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) from seed last summer. They formed good sized clumps and this summer they are in full bloom.
Feverfew (Tanacetum parnitheum) have seeded themselves ALL over the place this spring.
Even though I added lots of manure, my Siberian Iris were stunning but minimal in numbers.
I neglected to prune back this shrub rose in April and it's grown as big as a tree! Very pretty single pale pink blooms all over it.
I thought I had lost this little Darling. Thank goodness it's back! It's a Himalayan Cinquefoil (Potentilla argyrophylla var. atrosanguinea), a wonderful small clump with silvery leaves and a bright scarlet-red flower.
Here is my Explorer Rose - John Cabot - shining bright red in the midst of Red Twig Dogwood
The Rugosa Rose is blooming in deep pink glory
The Gas Plant (Dictamnus alba) and Yellow loosestrife (Lysimachia punctata) look lovely as we head down the path through the arbour.
My David Austin Rose 'Mary' reaches for the sun but still blooms amazingly well in fairly deep shade.
3 Weigela bushes are blooming deep pink. I was trying to catch a bee poking its nose into the bloom but it was too quick for me to photograph.
Sweet Cicely (Myrrhis odorata) has a delicious vanilla scent
And due to cool temperatures and plenty of rain, the peonies are still going strong (Look Helene - I DID tie them up. I felt sorry for them and decided to take better care of one of my favourite flowers).
Garden Blogger's Bloom Day is a Meme created by May Dreams Garden
Gardeners post images of what's blooming in their garden on the 15th day of every month. All are welcome to participate.