Happy Garden Blog Bloom Day!The summer is in full swing, where have flown June, July to? I'm wanting to stop some summer moments to recollect them in long dark winter months. I love every morning watching my garden bathing in sunshine or rainfall, or moving under wind.
Now I show you my plants in mid-August. The four pond water lilies are flowering, and the last one is a yellow Nymphaea. Isn't it a beauty?
This year gladioli bulbs aren't well in bloom, I think they are too old, I need to exchange them or grow new ones of 'kids'. This one gladioli is my favorite, very old bulb. What is your experience in growing gladioli?
Hostas near the pond as always bloom well, Asian lilies decorate my front garden.
New rose (don't remember a name) survived this winter and blooms quietly between tuja and geranium. Phlox, clematis 'President' and monarda weren't damaged this winter as well and are in bloom along the path to the patio. By the way only 2 of 6 clematis survived, it's very pity.
Verbascum grows near the fence and it hadn't been seen because of the blackcurrant bushes. Right now its lemon-yellow flowers appeared highly.
And what a treat to see this tiny fuchsia that started to open buds. It looks like a little ballerina :)
I hope you, my friends are enjoying summer, I wish you warm days and a few rains!