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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Bloomin' Tuesday...

Yesterday afternoon....... this morning......Tiger Lily
Flowers from the wildflower mixture I planted in December. Do you recognize any of these?
Poppy?
Bachelor Buttons

Baby's Breath--Gypsophila?
Cosmos with the Bachelor Buttons

Wishbone- Torenia Clown Mix
Hydrangea
Lacecap Hydrangea
Stokes Aster

Lambs EarStinky Marigold

Painted Lady-Hibiscus
Daylilies and Society Garlic

Part of my Full Sun Garden

White Zinnia, Cosmos, and the pink Zinnias are Fantasy

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40 comments:

fishing guy said...

Darla: WOW, what a show of gorgeous flowers.

Creative Country Mom said...

Wow, they all are pretty. I did a wildflower garden too, but only my cornflowers are blooming. They are such fun to see what "comes up!"

Hugs....Brooke

RainGardener said...

I just love your wildflowers Darla. Just beautiful. In fact everything you showed today was quite a show! I love my Lacecap Hydrangea - I guess because it's more unusual than regular hydrangeas.

Shellmo said...

That lacecap hydrangea looks like little grapes I want to eat! Love that flower - so pretty! (All of your flowers are beautiful!)

Paula said...

Holy Cow Darla! Your flowers are amazing! Love all the variety. The lilies are lovely - makes me anxious to see mine! Paula in IDaho

Deb said...

your flowers are just so pretty...wish I had more blooming right now...we've had so much rain...sun suppose to come out today...

Laurie and Chris said...

Amazing!! You have so many things blooming. Everything looks so pretty.

keewee said...

I am waiting to have that much color in my garden.

tina said...

That yellow button flowers looks almost like a type of sunflower.

Dirt Princess said...

Very nice! I am still amazed at what all you have in bloom so far! I do love the wildflowers!

Suzanne said...

I wish I was your neighbor so I could sit on my porch and look over at your garden. So beautiful!

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Everything is looking lovely. Like usual. What's it like to be in the warm weather. Brrrrr it's raining here, and chilly.

Jen

Layanee said...

You gardens are full and luscious! Love the bachelor buttons!

George said...

What beautiful flowers you have blooming in your garden! Our lilies are still a couple weeks away, but we do have a rose in bloom.

Smilingsal said...

That tiger lily is gorgeous.

Lynn said...

Thanks for stopping by I love your flowers. I would love to live in florida so I could have flowers all year long... I hate winter!!! I am just now planting annuals but still have to watch them for about another week...

Hey HayHay said...

Gorgeous flowers! And what a beautiful hibiscus! I can't wait till mine start blooming this year!

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

Again, I'm amazed by all you have in bloom! That lily opened so fast!
I love all of your wildflowers, I can't wait to see some bachelor buttons here.

momstheword said...

They look lovely! I love flowers, I just hate weeding.

Yes, that is a poppy and the yellow/cold one looks like a mum. But I don't really know for sure, it's been awhile since I've really been up on my gardening.

Wanita said...

Oh my, your flowers are so beautiful! I especially love the cosmos and bachelor's buttons.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Blessings,
Wanita

Sara G said...

Beautiful beautiful photo's!!!

Jean said...

You sure know how to make things grow! All the blooms are lovely. I especially like the bachelor buttons and cosmos together. The full view of your lawn must be gorgeous. Happy Bloomin' Tuesday! Jean

Iris said...

Wow--all are just beautiful! I particularly like your combination of daylilies and Society Garlic, and both your combos using Cosmos.

Dirt Princess said...

Bilbo is in Canada. Go check him out and leave a comment

http://hereontheprairies.blogspot.com/2009/05/welcome-to-winnipeg.html

Tootsie said...

46???? LIAR! you are so not 46! you look like you are in your 20's...at best! Thanks for the birthday wishes. I hope 38 treats me better than 37 did...
Your photos are so great! I love visiting so that I can just see all the pretty color...I have gotten so much inspiration from you friend I am so grateful that I met you...you are one of a kind...and so dear to me!
I have been wondering...what ever happened to that next door hag? you know..the one who was ruining your gardens..and allowing her dogs to roam? yea...that classy one!

bennie and patsy said...

what did happen to the hag and her yard dog?

Becca's Dirt said...

Wow Darla - what a display.

Susie said...

Lovely as usual Darla.

Martha said...

Hi Darla,
Everytime I come over here I get jealous! I look outside and see only brown in the yard these days. I have put my gardening last on the list right now and the lack of rain sure isn't helping.
Your flowers are always so beautiful! :-)

Leedra said...

Those daylilies need deadheading. :) My daylilies will probably start blooming while I am on vacation.

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Dorothy said...

I can only echo Fishing Guy's comment, "Wow, waht a show of gorgeous flowers"! I love the wildflowers!!!

Femin Susan said...

Wow! those are a set of beautiful flowers bloomed. You have surely got a wonderful or maybe magnificent garden with all those lovely flowers.
Cheers!

Elizabeth-Plain and Simple said...

Wow. You have a lot blooming and everything is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Elizabeth

~~Rhonda said...

Beautiful flowers! Perhaps the yellow one is a calendula? Not sure what the leaves look like, so it's harder to make an ID. You might google that, click on IMAGES and see what you think. You have a lovely variety of flowers! ~~Rhonda

Aiyana said...

Great photos. The poppy is just that, but I don't know the species. My daughter has quite a few of them--also from a wildflower mix.
Aiyana

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Darla, I love all your flowers! Your lacecap hydrangea is very unusual!
~Ann

Jake said...

Looks great! I hve some oriental Lillies that will be opening soon. D you know why my Easter Lillies and Stargazer Lillies wouldn't have come back. Another plant ia m wondering about is why my Irises didn't come bloom, they put on a lot of growth leaf wise.

Jake

Dani said...

AWESOME Darla!

flowergardengirl said...

You are so blessed with flowers and all those hours toiling in the soil is really pay off. Just beautiful.

Jake said...

Your yard is so full and blooming everywhere, I love it. Do you Hostas come back every year or do you replace them. I love their tropicalesque foliage and heard they die here, no chill period. I left a ton in KY for this reason.

Jake