Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sunday Blooms


Walking around my garden is my morning ritual (well, after coffee of course).
Here is what I have blooming this Sunday.

Gorgeous orange zinnia above and a Queen Anne's lace flower below (my favorite wildflower)


Loads of daylilies from palest yellow to burnt orange and dusty mauve.
Here are just three of the 8+ varieties I have planted.




Glads, lilies, crepe myrtle, coneflowers, Russian sage...




Heaven for the goldfinches! I hear their songs throughout the garden.




Three of the 6 varieties of butterfly bush I have planted.








Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed.
~Walt Whitman






8 comments:

Spiritartartist said...

I love your awesome garden. Your hard work is evident and does not go unappreciated. Thanks for sharing.

Margaret said...

I think Monet himself would have ben happy to spend some time here! Just beautiful.

Jennifer Rose said...

that purple lily is gorgeous :D

Veronica Lodge said...

Stunning!

Totally Timmy said...

Wow ..what a beautiful garden you have..thanks for sharing.

TARYTERRE said...

Enjoyed the stroll through your garden. But I must tell you I'm in love with that orange zinnia. It's gorgeous.

Robin Larkspur said...

A garden of earthly delights1 so many colors. Your garden is as delightful as your beautiful art.

Christine said...

Today I noticed that a daylily I planted behind my mail box post actually has blooms this year! I have been waiting I don't know how many years. Long enough that I don't remember what color it even is. I just know I liked it at the time, LOL.

We've got the "black baldies" and brown ones with that same sort of funky masking. They are Hereford, Angus and a little further back, Simmetal.