Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Garden in July



Rose Therese Bugnet

Beautiful weather, summer in full swing. It is still fairly light in the evenings, the last weeks of "bright nights." Everything blooms in the garden, annual flowers and perennial plants. 
As always, I cannot look away from blooming roses. They delight me with their shape and smell.

Front garden

Rose Flammentanz

Rose floribunda

The 'babies' in my little plant nursery are also growing well, I hope that in autumn I can plant them in the new part of the garden.



Rose floribunda in the nursery

I grow zucchini, squash, cucumbers in high beds and now in July I have a crop of vegetables. I often fry zucchini and when I cook soup I put them along with carrots and potatoes.

Zucchini and oak-leafed lettuce

Cucumbers

It's a pleasure to look at the bushes with ripening berries of red and black currants, yellow gooseberries, apples. I usually make jam and jelly from berries and apples to have vitamins in winter.




Gooseberry

More pictures of the garden: 

Pelargonium Royal and Zonal

Impatiens balsamine

Blue fir-tree

The patio and trellis with clematis

Clematis 'The President'
 
The garden pond

The another side of the pond with wild strawberry along the pond edge

Clematis 'Blue angel'

It's a wonderful time! The nature gifts us the beauty and peace. I wish all of you warm and joyful summer time. Stay healthy.

37 comments:

  1. Hi Nadezda!
    Your garden looks lovely! Flammentanz is a very beautiful rose. I'm so glad that your small "babies" grows so well.
    Hugs!

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    1. They grow well, Marit. Glad you liked my garden.

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  2. Thank you for a lovely walk in your beautiful garden! I could almost smell your beautiful roses!
    Greetings

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  3. When I look at the images of your roses, I can almost smell the fragrance!

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    1. The bees and bumblebees love these roses too, David.

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  4. Hi Nadezda. I enjoyed your garden views. The roses and clematis are gorgeous and I love your pond too with all the foliage. Happy Bloom Day!

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    1. Happy belated Garden Bloom Day to you too, Lee.

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  5. Your garden looks delghtful, Nadezda! It is high summer and the best time of the year! Enjoy! 🙂

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    1. I agree Tistou it's the best time of the year. Our plants grow well.

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  6. Dear Nadezda,
    your garden looks amazing this time. Everything so lush and green and in bloom. I hope you feel close to heaven :)! I would.
    Happy days and all my best
    Elisabeth

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    1. Elizabeth, the garden needs in everyday care. The summer gives us happiness and peace.
      Hugs!

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  7. Hello Nadezda!
    Your garden looks like paradise! And your roses are so beautiful! I can almost smell the fragrance!
    Love your pond and the clematis! I can imagine my self having a cup of tea with you and enjoying the beauty of your wonderful garden! Have a lovely day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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    1. Dear Dimi,
      glad to see your comment on my blog. Hope you're well and enjoy summer weather.
      The fragrance of my roses is wonderful and I spend a lot of time in the garden.
      Hugs!

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  8. Se ve precioso tu jardín, por aquí muchas flores terminaron ya, hace demasiado calor. Un abrazo.

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    1. Aquí no hace calor, las noches son frescas, Teresa.
      Gracias por amar mi jardín.

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  9. It’s good to have a supply of berries during winter

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    1. Yes, it is Sue. I love tea with berry jam at winter evening.

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  10. Hi Nadezda, your garden is wonderful, how many flowers and incredible corners.
    Have a nice week

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  11. What a lovely garden you have Nadezda. I know it takes work, but you show beautiful results. Here I only had some trees planted in the backyard. I’d love to get some flowers but traveling back and forth from Nashville to Atlanta I could not water them. I did buy a basil plant in a pot so I could use some in salads, and you know I placed it in my car to travel with me as I was afraid it would die while I was away. Our weather is very warm – 94 F (34 C) today in the shade with high humidity. It’s not fun being out. I water the trees at 7:30 am and that’s it.

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    1. Dear Vagabonde, I know that you love plants and you would take care of them if you could. I think it is better to stay at home with air conditioning in this hot weather. Basil is a wonderful plant and it smells great.
      Take care of yourself, dear!

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  12. Hello Nadezda, I was going to write your garden looks wonderful, but actually it looks like a paradise. :) A garden is always a lovely thing to have but especially in these difficult corona times.
    Stay well!

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    1. You're right Sara, the garden is a unique place where I can feel totally quiet and safely. Now there are many to look at in my 'paradise'.
      Hugs!

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  13. Your garden is wonderful, Nadezda, everything is beautiful! Congratulations for the work!
    I wish you have a happy summer.
    Hugs!

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    1. Tania, it's a pleasure to know you liked my garden.
      All the best!

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  14. Está todo que da guato verlo amiga. Que buen trabajo. También me florecieron los pericos en en el huerto y los tomates van coloreando.
    Preciosa entrada Nadezda.
    Buen lunes Cuídate amiga.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Me alegra que Laura te guste mi nueva entrada.
      Es bueno que tus tomates se pongan rojos.
      ¡Abrazo!

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  15. Добрый день. Вы можете перевести на русский. Справа находится переводчик флагов. Просто нажмите на российский флаг.

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  16. Puutarhasi näyttää hyvin kauniilta ja ruusut kukkivat ihanasti. ❤️❤️

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