Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Garden in August 2020

The last summer month is coming to an end. What do I like about August? My favorite August flower is phlox. I have them in different colors, but white one is the best.

 

The flowers on the rose bushes are still blooming. Above is the Canadian rose "Martin Frobisher" and below is the famous rose "The Fairy".

 

One of the three Nymphaeas blooms in the pond. I've been waiting for it all summer.  The gazebo is completely covered by “Sweet Summer” clematis and Parthenocissus (Virginia creeper).

 

The beautiful Hydrangea Grandiflora Paniculata adorns my garden every August and September. It has amazing light green flowers that turn pink in autumn.

 

Begonias started to bloom two weeks ago, now they are already fully blooming. The red one is Begonia Ampelous, another is plain white.

 

The greenhouse makes me happy every time I enter it: the tomatoes are red and ripe.  My "kids" in the garden nursery are growing well and are ready to be transplanted to new beds in the new garden.

 What about your garden or how have you spent August?

44 comments:

  1. Надежда,как у вас красиво и вкусно в саду. Нимфея очень красивая .Как хорошо иметь пруд и такую красоту в нем.
    Гортензия метельчатая шикарная.У меня она еще маленькая ,но цветет красиво.
    Все цветы хороши! Флоксы обожаю.

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    1. Надежда,а как вы бегонию размножаете? Смотрю у вас в питомничке бегония сидит.

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    2. А как узнать,что это бегония вечноцветущая? Я пробовала так размножать,,у меня не получилось.

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    3. Надежда, я ответила вам в вашем блоге.

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  2. Hi Nadezda!
    Your garden looks lovely in August! I like the Hydrangea paniculata very much, and I have many different of them in my garden. They are so beautiful when they turn to pink.
    Hugs!

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    1. They are beautiful in autumn Marit, I agree. And they winter well.

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  3. Phlox is a wonderful plant and ours seem to have done exceptionally well this year. They are a viviv pink and look very beautiful. Your entire garden is a feast for the eyes.

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    1. I can imagine how your phlox look nicely, David.

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  4. Witaj serdecznie Cię pozdrawiam piękne zdjęcia.

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    1. Thank you Agnieszka, glad you liked my photos.

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  5. Your garden looks beautiful in August.
    A greenhouse and an abundant harvest are a real joy for you.
    I also like Bouquet Hydrangeas very much. They are easy to grow and always have lots of flowers.
    Hugs and greetings.

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    1. This year harvest make me happy Lucja, it's the first time tomatoes grew well and are healthy.
      Hydrangea is a beauty, you're right.

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  6. Dear Nadezda!
    Your flowers and blooming hydrangea plants are beautiful.
    I understand your delight with phloxes because they also charmed me. For now, I only have one very light purple seedling, but I know I will plant more in other colors next season.
    Your roses are also cute, because they are in my favorite light pink color.
    I admire your wonderful and healthy tomatoes that have grown so profusely.
    Soon I will publish a post in which I will write what is going on in my garden at the end of summer.
    Best regards.
    Anita

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    1. I agree Anita, phlox are pretty in August. At the time when other flowers have faded phlox look gorgeous. You should have more phlox varieties.
      Veggies have grown well this summer and importantly they are healthy.
      Wait for your post.

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  7. Está todo precioso y tienes muchos tomates, seguro que su sabor es buenísimo. Un abrazo.

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    1. Si, Teresa tomates son sabrosos, comemos mucho y quiero conservar para el invierno.
      Abrazos!

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  8. We have phlox too including some white ones. Lots of our flowers are bedraggled with all our miserable weather.

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    1. It's a pity Sue, your flowers are pretty, hate this weather. It's heavy rain here second day.

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  9. La cosa che mi piace è che ogni esemplare delle tue piante è stupendo e non potrebbe essere più bello :) I phlox bianchi lo amo :D

    Buona serata e buon fine settimana :)

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    1. Thank you Gabriel, I'm glad you liked my plants. White phlox are my favorite as well.

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  10. lovely rose and beautiful flowers....
    Have a wonderful day

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  11. Hello Nadezda .. all your flowers are looking so pretty ! .. I am a hydrangea nut .. paniculata is my favorite of them so I have quite a few varieties ... when they bloom and change colour it really makes you feel like Autumn is not long in coming. Your tomatoes look amazing .. no wonder you are happy when you see them ;-)

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    1. Ha ha Joy, I'm happy to see tomatoes because to grow them in such unpredictable climate is a hard work. They are very tasty, sweet and 'beefy'.
      I remember your hydrangeas, your garden is beautiful in all seasons.
      Hugs!

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  12. Dear Nadezda,
    beautiful!!! - and yes, I'm with you, no summer without phlox. I love it too. Your hydrangea looks amazing, she seems to be the beauty of the month.
    All my best and happy happy days
    Elisabeth

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    1. Hello Elizabeth,
      I agree that phlox is a symbol of the end of summer. But their flowering is short-lived, in the rain they wither faster.
      Hugs!

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  13. Nadezda-I love your gardens. The roses and hydrangea are beautiful and your greenhouse is bursting with those wonderful tomatoes! Thank you for sharing your August garden and be well.

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    1. You're welcome Lee.
      The tomatoes are a lot and the garden is still in bloom although autumn is coming soon.
      Hugs!

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  14. Que maravilla de jardín amiga. Tus flores están preciosas y tanbién los tomates. Bien has disfrutado con él.
    Hemos pasado el verano en el huerto, este año no hemos salido de vacacones.
    Te deseo un buen septiembre Nadezda.
    Buena noche. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Yo tampoco he tenido vacaciones, Laura. ¡Qué año!
      Me encanta que te gusta mi jardin, verduras. Empezamos el otoño con lluvias y noches frías.
      Gracias y cuidate tambien.

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  15. Thanks for sharing the article I always appreciate your topic
    Food Net

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  16. WOW. Se ve todo muy muy hermoso, enhorabuena. Besos.

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  17. Your garden looks lovely, lots of colourful blooms.

    All the best Jan

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