Let's walk through the garden. My sweet friend, Danni, of Silo Hill Farm has asked me to label the photos from Yesterday's Post. Here ya go, Danni!
This medium pink, fragrant, rugosa rose is Therese Bugnet.
Here is Therese again with native yellow trumpet honeysuckle (lonicera) and native crossvine (bignonia) in the background.
The name of this peony is Buckeye Belle. When she first opens, the petals are almost black, then fade in the sunshine to magnificent shades of red.
Snowball bush (viburnum) with salvia.
Amsonia flanked by purple spider wort.
Viburnum against the stop sign.
Three colors of million bells (calibrachoa) in a hanging basket.
Red Buckeye (aesculus pavia). I've actually written an entire post about it. Coming soon!
Iris, but I don't know which hybrid.
This peony is Coral Charm. A stunning color, but not fragrant at all.
Have a lovely day!
GORGEOUS!! I love Iris' and Peony's. If i ever get a house with a yard, i am going to need your expertise to start my garden.ReplyDelete
I love that you labeled the flowers so I can ask for my faves at the garden center!ReplyDelete
I LOVE peonies - had a ton of them in our last home - they make such beautiful arrangements in vases also :)
I love all the color! Beautiful flowers. =0)ReplyDelete
I'm pretty bad at remembering names of flowers and plants, so I always love to see blog posts that show the names! I like that deep purple iris.
Oh you are just way too sweet! Thank you so much for labeling these! I saw some that I had never seen before and want!! I love that Red Buckeye and am looking forward to that post. I just pinned this post because I love your flowers and your pictures are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I just knew that rose was Therese Bugnet! I worked at a nursery when I was in high school, and that variety was my favorite of all the ones we sold. I've got three of them growing in my yard right now.ReplyDelete
I guessed right on the roses! Therese Bugnet are my favorite, I've got three of them in my yard.ReplyDelete
Lovely!! - my favorite of these pictures is the Buckeye Belle peony. Thanks for linking to my "Themed Blog & Shop Hop"!ReplyDelete
I love your Buckeye Belle peony! Simply gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Dropping by from the Farm Blog Hop. I am so jealous of all of your pretty flowes. We have had a late and snowy spring here in Colorado so things are pretty late blooming.ReplyDelete
Ahhh jealous! I have a black thumb, unfortunately :(ReplyDelete
Thanks, Marci. Hope you are having a great weekend! LindaReplyDelete
The Snowball is such a wonderful shrub. You just can't beat those lovely white blooms. Mine is on its last of the blooms. Thanks for sharing, KathyReplyDelete
My tulips and alliums are JUST NOW dying back and here you are showing off your beautiful blooms Marci! I'll live vicariously through your photos :-) Thanks for sharing your flowers at the party this week! I have featured this post on my Facebook page and have pinned it to my You're Gonna Love It Tuesday board on Pinterest :-)ReplyDelete
Wow! Love the Snowball bush with the Salvia - those colors together just make us happy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing this on BeBetsy BRAG ABOUT IT Tuesday - wonderful post. Sharon and Denise
I love all of the beautiful blooms!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at Tuesdays with a Twist! Looking forward to seeing what you share this week.
Love your flowers. Thanks so much for sharing with Adorned From Above's Blog Hop 55. We can't wait to see what you have for us this week. This weeks party is live.ReplyDelete
Have a great week.
Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above
Thanks so much for sharing these beautiful photos at Photog Show and Tell!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers! I love taking pictures of flowers too.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely garden!ReplyDelete