Well, here we are again. It’s been a beautiful weekend so far, and it looks like today will be just as nice. Yesterday morning, I hooked up with my other classmates and we joined our teacher at the Cataraqui Cemetery for our photoshoot. We had an amazing time in an amazing place with amazing people, and I came back with over 150 photos. I will write about that later this week and share some of the images I took. And in addition to those images, I will also share (at some point) some images that I took in downtown Kingston where hubby and I were last night, as well as some images around the open green space behind my home that I snapped earlier this week. The camera and I have been very busy in the past little while.
But today, let’s take a stroll through the garden and see what’s happening...
Coreopsis grandiflora 'Early Sunrise' is a new addition, and a tiny little plant, but it’s eager to start showing off what it can do. No complaints from me. Flower away my little one.
Aster alpinus 'Goliath' and Aster alpinus 'Happy End' are done blooming for now, but there are many images taken to remind me of how beautiful their flowers are.
Penstemon digitalis ‘Husker Red’ is still going strong with its pretty little flowers.
Centaurea dealbata is another recent addition that is eager to get going. The flowers are very unique, and quite lovely.
These gorgeous flowers belong to Clematis 'Rhapsody'. Aren’t they spectacular?
The daylilies are preparing to bloom, and Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’ is the first to put on a show. It always is.
Fallopia japonica 'Variegata' is a beautiful foliage addition, but it will also boast clusters of fragrant white flowers in late summer.
Weigela 'French Lace' is still blooming away. I’m not sure how long it will last, but I’m enjoying it tremendously in the meantime.
Clematis 'The President' is also blooming away. I just can’t get enough of these plants. I hope to add some more Clematis to my garden at some point.
These pretty puple/pink flowers belong to Rhododendron 'Roseum Elegans'.
Gaillardia 'Dazzler' is dazzling me with its stunning flowers. This plant will be going strong all season long. You gotta love that.
The Hostas are also flowering. These pretty blooms belong to Hosta ‘Frances Williams’.
Do I really need to say anything about the magnificent Morden Sunrise? No. The roses speak for themselves.
And last, but certainly not least, Polemonium boreale ‘Heavenly Habit’ is continuing to show off its outstanding – albeit tiny – blooms.
Thank you for joining me on another garden stroll. I wish all of you a fabulous Sunday, and I wish all dads everywhere a happy father’s day.