Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Blooming Tuesday!


The garden is looking so nice. The cooler July weather is allowing many flowers to bloom for an extra long time, which is wonderful!

The first bloom on our Rose of Sharon...one of my favorite bushes. Every year it seems to get fuller and fuller.

We planted this Glowing Embers Hydrangea this year. Isn't a great color? It seems to like our garden better than our blue one does.

I just love the coneflowers next to the Annabelle Hydrangea. The coneflowers just pop!

The Liatris and the daisies are going to town right now. Our Liatris has spread all over the south side of our house. Nice.

This was our clever way of covering the old hole made by the dryer that used to be in the half bath!! One big green leaf. It fits.

Hope you've had a great week!


3 comments:

Jean said...

Connie, Great Bloomin' Tuesday post, too bad you forgot to sign up so nobody came to visit. Every thing is lovely! Jean

PA_Shutterbug said...

Your Glowing Embers Hydrangea is pretty. I see you captured a few raindrops on the petals too (I clicked on the photo to enlarge it to see the raindrops).

Jean said...

Glad yoiu took my advice. To get your 'permalink' just click on the title to the post. Then copy the address. That will take you right to the post you wanted. Jean