Monday, July 27, 2009
My Maine Garden is in Full Bloom
My new sun dial in the front of the garden.
Spirea with hostas in a shady spot.
Japanese maple - grown from a seedling from Mom & Dad's tree, with orange daylilies and black eyed Susan's in the side yard.
Hydrangea 'Annabelle' with yellow evening primrose.
Hydrangea 'Endless Summer' - a great choice for northern gardens. I bought the plant last year, and this year it has about 20 flower clusters. These flowers were in Sarah's wedding bouquet last summer.
Hostas - the deer have not eaten them yet this year.
Goatsbeard - looks good by the edge of the woods.
Rose campion and geranium cranesbill - a new combination in my garden this year.
Red monarda, white hydrangea, yellow stella d' oro daylilies, with a hanging basket of purple petunias.
This beautiful white clematis is growing up a tree.
Yellow evening primrose, daisies, and cranesbill geranium. I love purple and yellow.
Orange daylilies and yellow loosestrife - such a happy combination.
Daylilies, black eyed Susan's, and daisies by the garage door.
Hosta, European Ginger, and Astilbe - a wonderful combination for shade.
We've had so much rain this summer. I haven't liked it, but the perennials have loved it!