Silent Sunday: What’s Blooming in My Yard?


Iris and Monarda. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
          Bradbury’s Monarda from Prairie Moon Nursery, 2nd year.              © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
Bradbury’s Monarda. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
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Bumble Bee enjoying some Monarda. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
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Monarda: Up Close and Personal! © Carol Labuzzett, 2020
                      Siberian Iris – From Evergreen Division Day.                         © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
Siberian Iris, Up Close and Personal. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
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Catmint. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
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            False Blue Indigo. Not quite ready to put on its show!                    © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
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Perennial Bed starting to colorize my yard. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020.
A late spring day in early June. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020.
Wild Blue Lupine. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
Columbine. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
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Wild Blue Lupine reaching for light against the green barn. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020
Clematis Blossom. First of Many. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020



6 thoughts

      1. We are on to summer blooms! Our cone flowers (echinacea) are just about to bloom, and we’ve got a few others that are beautiful, despite the fact that I don’t know what they are (but my wife does).

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      2. I love our cone flowers! Ours are not blooming yet but have buds. Soon we’ll have phlox, Ladies Mantle, Coral Bells, Zinnia (a favorite), and asters (another favorite). But, I think the show my liastris puts on it is the best! I have another month or so to wait for the tall purple spikes that always brighten my day!

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      3. Ahh, you probably have a Jackmanii Clematis! The color of that variety is beautiful! The school garden I cared for during the last two years had two beautiful Jackmanii Clematis! They are definitely a show stopper!


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