Thursday, June 09, 2011

One day in June

June 9th blooms:

Siberian Iris

Salvia


Pulmonaria leaves - bloomed for almost 2 months - the earliest to bloom


Newly planted Oakleaf Hydrangea, Clematis Summer snow and Lady's Mantle


More Siberian Iris


Lady's Mantle up close and personal


Chives



First bloom on my new Clematis Niobe. Every picture I have seen of it has been red but this is closer to the actual colour but still a little on the red side -it is even more beautiful than expected


Hakon grass


More Lady's Mantle - a lovely plant for partial shade - buy, beg, borrow or steal some if you don't have any - it blooms a brighter almost fluorescent green


More to come

2 Comments:

At 11:53 AM, Blogger Marion said...

Love the photos of your garden particularly the iris. We are in our winter months here in Sydney and conversely this is when many of our native plants are flowering, including the banksias.

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