Saturday, June 15, 2013

Gardening in Pennsylvania ~ GBBD June 2013

Our Shade Path Garden full of yellow perennial foxgloves, Digitalis grandiflora.
Welcome to Pennsylvania for Garden Blogger Bloom Day!
There are lots of flowers to see this weekend around our small, town garden. Come take a walk around...


The large white and red bloom of hybridized Calycanthus 'Venus'... technically X Sinocalycalycanthus raulstonii 'Venus'
Pink foxglove, Digitalis purpurea, which is a biennial
View of the back the Shade Path and the curb strip, full of Sedum 'Acre' in bloom.
Mock orange (Philadelphus coronarius)...
....fills the Circle Lawn with its sweet fragrance.
Clematis 'Fairydust' on a trellis by the Circle Lawn
Clematis 'William Kennett' on our backyard fence...
 Clematis 'Earnest Markham' also on our fence.... see them both together.
Honeysuckle vine (Lonicera) just starting to flower on the fence.
Clematis 'Pearl d' Azur' on our maple tree.
Clematis 'Madam Julia Correvon' on another trellis by the Circle Lawn.
Clematis 'Madam Julia Correvon'

View of the Circle Lawn trellises from the road; you can also see the Curb planting on the other side of the sidewalk.
Looking back to the Fence Garden... and our enormous tree slide :)
Color echo with Nepeta 'Walker's Low' and Clematis 'William Kennett'
Cherry Corner Garden with Sedum 'Acre' and the catmint (Nepeta 'Walker's Low') continuing on the Front Walk.
Canna 'King Humbert' with red edges in the Front Walk garden. Also the seedheads of Allium 'Purple Sensation'.
Allium christophii in the Front Walk with Spirea 'Goldflame' just coming into bloom.
At the back of the house, lots is going on around the driveway this week. Our old rose and Clematis 'Etoile Violette' is in bloom! (see more about the Driveway Garden)
Clematis 'Etoile Violette', lightly scented pink rose and Lamium maculatum.
My favorite grass at the moment, Miscanthus sinensis 'Dixieland' is a dwarf sized for smaller garden.
View from the back yard to the Driveway Garden. This part is quite the jungle at the moment! Geranium 'Orion, lavender, Sedum, Iris siberica, Lilies, Clematis and a couple lilacs are all fighting it our for survival. Another pink rose blooms across the driveway.
Rose and Miscanthus sinensis 'Dixieland'
Clematis 'Henryetta' blooming for the first year since it was planted.
Pretty pink peony does pretty well between the mature lilacs.
Clematis 'John Warren', Geranium 'Orion', Allium multibulbosum...
Happy Bloom Day!

For more flowers around the world, visit May Dream!
Wonderful weekend to you!
~Julie

12 comments:

  1. Absolutely lovely! Your garden is looking wonderful. I particularly loved all the Clematis!

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  2. So beautiful! Amazing tumble of soft colors - a wide range of colors but they all blend together harmoniously. I see that you still have a strip of lawn in some places - how long will that last? :-)

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  3. What an amazing variety of plants you have flowering at the moment, it really does all look wonderful. Your little foxgloves are getting better and better and all your clematis and roses make such a pretty combination.

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  4. Wow, you certainly have blooms in June! Your clematis, especially the one climbing the maple, knocks my socks off! I have some of the yellow foxglove also, but it does much better for you.

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  5. Julie, you have an impressive collection of Clematis, all combined beautifully with other things. Many things in your garden are a month behind mine yet clematis would be flowering here now if I had any. Christina

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  6. Your blooms are bursting out all over especially the clematis...so many lovely ones.

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  7. Severe Clematis envy going on here! What a great selection you have. Your June garden is wonderful.

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  8. Thanks Julie for the beautiful flower show. You are a very good gardener. We are cloudy today and not much is in bloom right now. Sheila Stephens

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  9. Thanks all! I was outside all day today helping put in two new gardens that I designed for a family in our town! :) Very excited to show you all plans and the finished gardens!
    ~Julie

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  10. Julie, your clematises are awesome! I love most 'Fairydust', is lovely.
    Have a nice weekend!

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  11. Beautiful Clematises. Your garden will be very fragrant with the Philadelphus and honeysuckle flowering.
    Wish you a happy new gardening week!

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  12. I enjoyed looking through the photos of the pinks and purples in the June garden. Lovely!

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