Sunday, June 05, 2011
Today's Flowers: some recent blooms around my garden
The coriopsis is beginning to bloom in my garden, although much of it is being chocked by the honeysuckle.
I am always happy to see the ice plant coming back with its pink flowers.
I don't know what the little bugs are that love queen anne's lace but they are abundant.
Another ice plant bloom which is at a perfectly formed stage.
I'm not sure what the little flowers are below but they are a volunteer in my front garden.
The queen anne's lace is growing through an ornamental grass in my back garden.
Last but not least I have some lavender beginning to bloom.
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I especially enjoy your ice plant. Someone a few blocks away is growing a patch of those flowers in front of their house - I always admire the flowers.
Lavender is lovely when full - look forward to more.
Wonderful series! I love the 4th picture very much. Fantastic colors!
i love your flowers! the ice plant and lavender are my favorite.
send me the first one...love it
Love the ice plat - looks a lot like queen Anne's Lace.
I think my labels may have been confusing. The pink flower is on the ice plant and the large white blooms are the Queen Anne's Lace. Thanks to everyone for visiting.
Beautiful flowers, very colorful.
All these lovelies look very comfortable in your garden!
I am such a fan of Queen Anne's Lace.
This is a wonderful series! They're all very beautiful but I love the color of the coriopsis and the pink ice plant.
so lovely and full of life!
Lovely blossoms! I have never seen QAL this early in the season - it is a late summer flower here (although many people call it a weed). I envy you the scent of the lavender...
Lovely variety of blooms!!
I had three of them last year, but they are not coming back...
What the world look like if there were no flowers! They bring happiness especially if they grow outside! Thanks for sharing your lovely garden.
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