Garden Update – A Variety

No one color theme is dominating in our gardens these days, so I thought it would be fun to share a few of the current varieties in bloom.

Pink Coneflowers

Another variety of pink coneflowers with really thin petals.

Yellow Coneflowers

Check out this bright pink colored coneflower – gorgeous.

I love having this little patch of coneflowers right outside our kitchen window.

These bee balms are so whimsical looking. They’re supposed to attract butterflies, so I have to pay closer attention to that corner of the garden.

Sunny Coreopsis

Daisy Patch, which is done blooming now.

It’s such a treat to have so many beautiful flowers continuing to bloom. I think our collection of lilies will be ready to feature next. Makes me wonder how we manage to get through those cold, grey winter months!

12 comments

  • Terri,
    Your flower garden and backyard are beautiful. I’m sure you really enjoy your time out there. Your retreat sounded like it was so much fun. Your really got a lot done. Have a great rest of the week!!!

  • Your garden looks HUGE on the first photo – bigger than I’ve ever seen it! Wow – your flowers and plants are putting on such a fine display this summer – which is amazing after such a harsh and late start to spring – the obviously liked it. Beautiful!

  • Your yard is lovely. Thanks for the flower tour. Gorgeous pictures!

  • So pretty! It is worth every minute of work to get results like that!

  • Your flowers are lovely! You have a nice variety, it looks like you planned your garden well! You have lovely flowers all season long!

  • Your back yard is soo full of lovelies!! Goooorgeous flowers to dwell upon.

  • Your garden looks great!! I’m in love with the daises-so sweet and perfect and clean looking 🙂

  • your garden flowers are beautiful, Terri! i am happy to know the name of the bee balm flowers. my sister has some in red (just like them, i believe) and we didn’t know what they were called. thanks for teaching me something today! you have such a beautiful variety! i love the super thin petals of the coneflower, too.

  • wow!! such beautiful flowers Terri and your yard looks so big!!!

  • Hello Terri,

    Great garden shots, the flowers would make a lovely stitchery design. Still can’t believe that this garden is under snow in Winter. Thanks for sharing your green patch.Happy days. Bev.xox

  • Your flowers are so pretty. I really like the pink coneflowers. The temperatures have finally cooled down a little after a 3 week heat wave so mine seem to be coming back to life. They were fried.

  • Hi Terri, it is lovely to be back able to “visit” again, I have missed it, but am now connected up to Blogland so …. Here I am! Put the kettle on!
    I am amazed at your garden ….. when I think about the winter you had and how long it lasted it is really amazing how now you are in this rainbow of colour garden. Beautiful.
    Enjoy a creative week ahead.
    Val xx Berkshire UK

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