July 15, 2011

July Bloom Day (FOR FRIDAY CUTTING COURSE GO TO PREVIOUS POST)

Another Bloom day has rolled around and since I have posted once today already, this is just a photo round up for mid July. Thanks to May Dreams Gardens for kindly hosting as usual!

Clematis Polish Spirit


allium sphaerocephalon

shasta daisy

Leucenthemum

Fennel flowers

Helenium Moerheim Beauty

Rosa Special Memories

Austin rose, Graham Thomas


down to the river

cosmos antiqity

achillea red velvet, knautia macedonica, verbena bonariensis

hare's tail grass with stocks

night scented stocks

12 comments:

  1. Your garden looks absolutely beautiful, as usual!

    What is that tent structure I see in the background?? I would like a tour, please : ).

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  2. As much as I love your roses and stocks etc., the show stealer has to be the Clematis Polish Spirit! Amazing.
    Happy GBBD :)

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  3. Hi Jaime, the tent IS a tent! I will be posting about it, we LOVE it! Kids use it lots and it is even tempting me which is saying something because I loathe normal plasticky tents! xx

    Christine, glad you like the clematis, it is in its second year and really romping away!

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  4. Your pictures are beautiful. I get dizzy even watching them!

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  5. You have clematis? NOW? mine has been gone for months - what a wonderful climate you must have! I want to walk down the path and sit by the river! so peaceful.

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  6. Stunning, simply stunning
    Love the Helenium Moeheim

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  7. Oh my word your garden is so lovely Belinda, mine is sadly lacking this month.. and you have a little gate down to a river :). I must of missed your Friday post i'll check that out now :) x

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  8. Your shots are stunning...a few would make great greeting cards. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. You have just made another garden lover totally happy: I want them ALL! Thank you so much for those beautiful blooms! Heavenly sigh all the way from France.

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  10. Your garden is glorious! I would want to be out there all day! Outstanding photography!

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  11. Gotto love your garden but I think it's the clematis that got my attention first. I had several and my favorite is 'Roguchi', a dark blue sporty japanese bell shaped one.

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