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Monday, May 18, 2009

Bloomin' Tuesday...Looking for C S

I found C S.

Bunny Tails GrassZinniaPlumbagoBush Morning Glory--Convolvulus
Forget-Me-Nots

Zinnias

Phlox-mixed colors also sowed seed directly in the ground in December.Blackeyed Susan Vine


Zinnias, Cosmos and CelosiaBlackeyed Susans

Wisteria is blooming again.

Gerberas




Stokes Aster, Impatiens and a container of Coleus I started from seed just about ready to plant.Hibiscus--Painted Lady

Royal Carpet Alyssum with Delphinium

Dahlias





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33 comments:

Dani said...

Ack! Darla you've got it goin' on in your garden! Makes the rest of us look like a bunch of slackers. ;0

Jake said...

No wind or rain for you? Those Bunny Tails get better each week when you post a picture of them.

Jake

Carla said...

Ok, Darla, do you just have one (or two) of everything growing in your yard???
About those super cool bunny tails, did you start from seed? New or old plants? Are they perennial, or do they reseed for you? I've been wanting to try these for years.

Tess said...

Darla, I love your flowers, your place is heaven! your wheelbarrow looks so adorable with flowers in it.I want a place like this. Hope to see more post.

Teresa said...

Hi Darla,
Those bunny tails are so cute! Thanks. Now I "need" some of those! I think they'd be great with lambs ears. And how is that Delphinium for you? Does it come back? Maybe I "need" that one too.
You should get some solomons seal. I just love mine.

Happy Bloomin' Tuesday!

Shawna said...

WOW! Just gorgeous!

Robin's Nesting Place said...

Wow, you already have your summer garden in full swing there. My zinnias are just coming up. I can hardly wait to see them bloom!

Becca's Dirt said...

What an awesome display of the beauty growing in your yard. I think you do have one of everything as Carla said. The dahlias, hibiscus and gerber daisy's are my favs I think. All of them are breathtaking. Becca

Deb said...

Darla,

beautiful photos as always..love the bunny tails...I've never seen them before...

Dirt Princess said...

Glad to see your plumbago is blooming....that means that mine will be in a few days....LOL!!! Hope you are feeling better

Layanee said...

I've never grown Bunny Tails but yours are so soft looking.

fishing guy said...

Darla: Neat set of flower photos, I love the morning glories.
I saw a bunny tail the other day but it hopped away.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

I love that line that reads "the wisteria is blooming again," what do you mean again? Ours have not even started yet, oh I can't wait.


Jen

George said...

Thanks for the tour of your beautiful garden. The photos are wonderful.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

In reply to your comment;

I would take less fragrance from a wisteria, and more bloom cycles any time. I could always have another one that was super fragrant nearby. I am impressed at that baby blooming it's little heart out.

Jen

perennialgardener said...

Oh my goodness your garden is glorious! No Blackeyed Susan vine blooms here yet. I just sowed the seed a few weeks ago. That bush Morning Glory is spectacular with it's white star face. :) The Plumbago is special too, wonder if it will grow here. Probably an annual in my zone, huh?

Suzanne said...

My garden is no where near as prolific as yours right now. Just beautiful!

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

I missed this post yesterday somehow! Your flowers are pretty as usual, I love the phlox. I've never seen flowers like that on one before. I saw seeds for Bunny Tails the other day and thought of you.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Friend, How are you feeling??? Hope you are getting better. I have no idea who CS is... Sorry!!!!

Love the blooms as usual... Love the Morning Glory and Forget-Me-Nots. Of course, they are ALL gorgeous.

Have a great day.
Hugs,
Betsy

Darla said...

Why does it say I posted this on Monday when it is clearly Tuesday?

Mariah said...

My garden is depressed now. I love your saying on your sidebar. 'when your down to nothing, God is up to something' That is awesome

Florida Sue said...

Beautiful lovely flowers. After two days of rain, I am going to have to use a machete when it finally stops. My new yard is just taking off. Darla I swear I can see the stuff growing inches in front of my eyes. How wonderful it is to be living in Florida. Maybe someday it will all come together like your beautiful gardens.

~~Rhonda said...

Darla, your garden is chock-full of beautiful blooms! Lovely! I wish I could take a stroll through it. I haven't seen the bunny tail grass before. Will get some seed for that. I love the picture in the previous post of the blooming garlic. So neat. ~~Rhonda

Leeza said...

Hi Darla, I was wondering if your Black Eyed Susan vine comes back on it's own every year. I planted some seeds that have sprouted but I did not realize they were annuals.
Also, do you do anything special with your Stokes Astor? I have been dead heading mine and leaving the dying flowers to rot next to the plant. What do you do with yours?
Thanks for your help. I'm new at this.

Dee said...

Oh my gosh- have you ever got the blooms! Every one is lovely-but those morning glories are a favorite of mine!

Dorothy said...

Darla, Is there any kind of flower that you don't have???? All are beautiful!

bennie and patsy said...

That should make you feel better with all of that beautiful color around you.
Patsy

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Darla how old is your wisteria vine. Oh, I wish mine would bloom the silly thing.
I am growing the Bush morning glories for the first time this spring. I think the blue is so pretty.
The bunny tails are cute.
So many pretties in your garden.

Jean said...

Your whole yard must be bloomin'! I love your black eyed susans. I would like some like it but havn't seen any so far. Teresa has Solomon Seal in Georgia so you might be able to grow it. It likes shade and is about 4 feet tall now. Dies back in winter. Hope you're feeling better. Jean

Shellmo said...

Do people try to shop from your yard and ask you if you have any flats of flower for sale? :-)
All beautiful!!!

Leedra said...

I like the bunny grass....great that you get to smell the wisteria again.

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Gail said...

Darla~~ Wow do you have beautiful flowers! I hope you are feeling better? Stepping outside into all that gorgeousness would make me feel better! gail

Aiyana said...

How many different flowers do you have? It seems like there's no end to your variety of blooms. Very pretty--I especially like the Bush Morning Glory--same name as one we have here but obviously a different species.
Aiyana