Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Mid-July in My Garden

It's pretty warm summer, I love it. The plants enjoy sun and rare rains, need often to be watered. And also I do weeding, fighting with snails, aphids etc.
I took some photos of my favorite roses, irises, columbines, gladioli, petunia, impatiens, clematis. Take a look, perhaps you have similar flowers in your own garden.




Climbing rose 'Flammentanz'


Yellow columbines and tujas



Gladioli




Petunias & impatiens in hanging pots


Iris sibirica


Dianthus




David Austin roses, unknown variety


Clematis 'The President'



Shady place



Clematises 'The president' and 'Justa'


Rose 'Summer time'

 It's all for now, happy gardening to all, good weather and health!

46 comments:

  1. Hello Nadezda,
    You have so many lovely flowers. 'The President' is so beautiful.
    Hugs!

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  2. Your garden looks very beautiful, Nadezda, and I have little doubt that it requires a lot of effort to keep it looking that way. We have had so many rabbits this year that we sometimes think we are just growing a salad for them!

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    1. Oh, these naughty rabbits!Fortunately there are no rabbits, but we have a lot of snails - they love salad too.

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  3. Oh Your garden is magical, absolutely stunning. I do not have such flowers i n my little balcony garden. hehe Of course I love my little garden...welll that is my and my dear mom garden. :) I love photos from gardens, in yours I just can feel love, your love to your garden.
    Warm greetings. If you will want to visit me I just want to write that my latest post in not fully real. Just a little hint. ;)
    Havean amazing days.
    ps. Would love to visit your garden. hehe :)

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    1. Agnieszko, You are right my garden needs a lot of work and it's my love.
      Hugs!

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  4. Lovely to see your beautiful garden and colourful blooms. I see you have made a nice shady spot to sit out of the sun. I think I would go to sleep there:) Beautiful 'President' clematis. Your hanging baskets always look good with Impatiens and Petunias. Do you need to plant new seedlings every year?
    It is cold here and I have just finished pruning the Japanese Maple this afternoon, wearing a warm coat!
    I hope you can rest for a little while and enjoy your summer garden, Nadezda.
    Kind regards, Betty

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    1. I have often asleep in this shady place if the weather is hot, This summer is not too hot, it's as always :-). I plant new seedlings every spring to have flowers in hanging baskets.
      It's a pity cold weather came too early to your place,
      Betty. Take care, dress warmer.

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  5. Esta precioso. Tengo muchas iguales y parecidas. Besitos.

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  6. Your Clematis are so pretty. Most of mine are finished blooming. I need to get more that bloom later in the summer. I do have one reddish one that is about to put out some blooms. I can't wait to see them. Your roses look so healthy. Your garden looks so healthy and you have so many lovely blooms.

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    1. I have different clematis that bloom from May to August, Lisa. Hugs!

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  7. Надежда,у вас прекрасные цветы.Все красиво,ухожено и понимаю сколько труда в это вложено.Браво!

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    1. Труда много и с годами это все сложнее делать, Надежда.Спасибо за похвалу!

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  8. Hello Nadezda ... Your garden is looking so pretty ! I love that hot red rose, it is beautiful ! .. and you still have iris blooming .. I have a soft spot for those as well .. we share "The President" clematis .. I have 3 of them smothering my dead lilac tree and they are fabulous aren't they ?

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    1. Yes they are, Joy. I love that The President blooms 2 months, my pergola looks nice with it.
      Happy month!

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  9. I love all your blooms Nadezda. The roses and purple Clematis blooms are spectacular and I love the Gladioli and Iris too! It is always such a pleasure visiting your beautiful garden.

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    1. Welcome Lee to my garden! I love visiting yours.

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  10. Nadezda, your roses look like a dream! and I love the gladioli too, summer looks like a very happy time in your garden! have a wonderful day!

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    1. Of course, Manolo summer is a wonderful time in my garden. After all these cold and wet months I enjoy gardening.
      Hugs!

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  11. Your flowers are beautiful. Our roses are also in full bloom as are the clematis and I’ve also,planted impatiens. Our aquilegia or columbines are now over though and no doubt seeding everywhere.

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    1. Sue, colombines are self seeding I agree. Margaritas are also very invasive.
      Happy harvest!

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  12. Que maravilla de jardín tienes amiga. ahora toca disfrutarlo admirándolo.
    Todas las flores están preciosas. Ahí se ve el cariño que las das.
    Te deseo un buen fin de semana Nadezda.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Laura, yo cuido las plantas todo el ano. El verano es tiempo mas agradable en my jardin.
      Que pases bien el fin de semana, besos.

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  13. WOW!
    I see such wonderful gladiols for the first time.
    Nadezda, your garden is wonderful. You have amazing flowers.
    Have a nice weekend:)

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    1. Thank you Lucja, I'm glad you liked gladioli,
      happy weekend!

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  14. A wonderful garden congratulates on successful photos

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  15. The flowers are enjoying the great sunshine as we do. Have a nice Sunday.

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  16. We don't have our own garden however we have a garden of our apartment. There are only roses as far as I know.

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  17. Che belle rose! Complimenti! Inoltre l'aquilegia gialla è stupenda! Mi dispiace che anche li piova poco, bagnare sempre è proprio noioso!

    Ti auguro una buona domenica e una buona settimana :)

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    1. I'm glad you liked my roses Gabriele. Thank you!

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  18. So beautiful in your garden, Nadezda!
    Love your rose, "Summertime"
    Enjoy your garden,

    Hugs, Ida

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    1. This rose 'Summer time' is new to me, Ida, it wintered first time and blooms well now.
      Hugs!

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  19. I'm always happy to walk around your beautiful garden virtually! I admire all your flowers!
    Greetings

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    1. Ela, thank you for your kind comment, I do love your clematis as well.

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  20. Beautiful, beautiful flowers, I loved having a garden like yours, a world of color and beauty.
    A big hug and all the best
    Maria

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  21. Good morning dear Nadezda,
    How wonderful your garden is. So much to enjoy!!! I hope you have nicer "normal" temperatures. Overhere it's to warm.
    Have a wonderful summertime.
    Rosehugs Marijke

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    1. Here is not hot and often rains, Marijke. Wish you normal temperature!

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  22. Mid July looks very lovely in your garden Nadezda. Clematis are also doing very well in our garden in spite of the cool wet Summer.

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    1. I'm sorry Alistair that your summer is not warm as ours.Clematis are good plants they bloom well in cool temperature.

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