June in the garden has most of the potted plants getting bigger, and the flowers are still going. I put a white lobelia in the watering can, and it is doing well, now trailing nicely.
Yellow lantana with blue lobelia, and a geranium with a different variety of lobelia, both doing well.
The day lilies are really coming out with profuse blooms on every plant. The hydrangea is visible in this shot too.
Getting some close shots of all the different varieties. These will keep going for weeks. This deep peach with a yellow throat is very attractive to the bees.
There is a yellow with a dark purple throat.
And the opposite, dark purple with a yellow throat.
I continue to be amazed at the profusion of blooms on the hydrangea.
They continue to spill between the rails of the fencing along the steps.
I love the lavendar color of these blooms!
The pot with the fairy stairs is doing well, the geranium is about to bloom again. The yellow petunias and purple verbena just continue to bloom every day.
Yippee, I might actually get tomatoes this year!
The disappointing thing is that neither the gladiolas nor the irises bloomed at all. I have no idea why. I’ll fertilize them both this year and hope for blooms next year.
The little lobelia in my thrift store pot is growing and blooming like crazy.
The impatiens are just getting huge, and blooming profusely, so nice in the shade of the veranda.
My johnny jump-ups are coming along, hoping for some blooms in the future.
One last look at the goldfinches wearing summer colors.
How is your garden growing?