Monday, June 25, 2012

Blooming Monday


   Many plants and flowers bloom in these warm days of June in the Northern garden.
I often talk to flowers and praise them for their bright blooms. Of course begonia is commendable
 and small flowers of Saxifraga look like a pink cloud.
 My Canadian Rose "Therese Bugnet" is covered with violet-pink buds.
First open flowers of Daylily in backyard
 Aquilegia is bent over my pond
 Lonicera caprifolium grows on the trillis
The Cerastium with small white flowers blooms in mixborder,
bright red buds of Chaenomeles opened  near the arbor.
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18 comments:

  1. I love the rose - what a pretty color! Lots of pretty blooms. I have conversations with my plants fairly often as well (though they are usually in my head so as not to disturb the neighbors!)

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    1. Perhaps we're talking to flowers the same words! Thank you!

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  2. You have so many flowers blooming in your garden. The shot of Therese Bugnet is lovely.

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    1. Than you, Masha! Nice to hear such words from an expert of roses.

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  3. Your garden is so beautiful. I really love the saxifraga. I have pink roes, yellow daylilies, and white daisies, too so are gardens are very similar. :o)

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    1. Mariposa (the Spanish word means Butterfly), your and my garden are similar, as you and I are or were teachers at school!

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  4. I think you have a lot more colour in your garden already than I have. It has been too cold and wet here. I hope I can soon take photos of a bit of brightness in my flowerbeds.

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    1. Frico, we have lots of rain too. This Blooming Monday was after the rain, the drops were on all flowers as you can see the photos.

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  5. Your flowers are lovely, Nadezda. The colours are so soft and brilliant at the same time.

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    1. Thank you, Hilary, I try to catch all sunny moments to take photos.

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  6. Oh, what beautiful blooms, and wonderful photographs, Nadezda! I especially love the Aquilegias. They are some of my favorite flowers.

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    1. Girl, thank you for stopping by! I'll often read you posts!

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  7. Hello Nadezda !
    You have some gorgeous flowers in bloom here : )
    I especially love the fact you have a Canadian rose ! and it is looking wonderful .. I have become a bit of a rose nut now myself .. I just bought Topsy Turvy and have yet to find the exact right spot for it.
    The shot of the aquilegia is simply stunning : ) .. My day lilies have been blooming for a while and I still buy more .. today 6 Little Grapette for the front .. but they were on sale so I don't think that really counts on the naughty side right ? LOL
    Beautiful post !
    Joy
    PS .. we are in a heat wave so I am looking forward to Autumn already ! hahaha

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    1. Joy, when I see something on sale, I buy too! Sometimes these flowers look so piteously asking to be bought and then they please me with their blooms. We're in a wet wave here and I'm looking for a warm weather. Thank you for stopping by!

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  8. You have a lot of beautiful flowers in your summer garden!

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    1. Thank you, sweetbay, I'm glad you liked!

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  9. yes! i found our site! lovely garden....... groet, Diny

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    1. Hi, Diny! thanks for dropping by my blog!

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