Friday, July 2, 2010
July 1: Bloom List
This Art's Pride Echinecea is blooming so beautifully especially since it was once declared dead. Roots and Rhizomes even issued us a credit. Last year towards the end of the summer the dead looking plant came to life. Amazed, we mailed a check to pay for the " plant that lived". As you can see this year Art's Pride is our pride as well!
July 1,2010, Bloom list: Ingeborg's mallow, purple cone flower, morning glory, lemon finger bowl geranium, bluets, Robin's plantain, spider wort, Dianthus, Valerian,coral bells, meadow sage, Viola "Rebecca", red creeping thyme, lemon thyme, evening scented stock, German chamomile, nasturtiums, Jane's Rugosa rose, Ptilotus Joey , Gallardia, lady's mantle,Johnny jump ups, spotted lily, garden sage, Nicotiana, Stella D'oro lily, rose campion, catchfly, Peppermint stick zinnia, pink foxglove, baby's breath, Pyrythem daisy, peas, strawberries, sun drops, Anchusa, "Pretty Belinda" yarrow, snapdragon, heliotrope, blue Delphinium, orange spotted lily, lavender, pink poppies, sweet peas, Clematis, Red Lupine, Susan's day lilies, "Destined to See" day lily, wood betony,lambs ear, Iris enstata, "Who Dun It" Dahlia, Landini lily, Rudy tritetelia, hens and chicks, Aclepsis tuberosa,sea holly, yellow sedum, Aclepsis curveceps, Art's Pride cone flower, anise hyssop, gloriosa daisy, Madonna lily, cosmos, red and mahogany bee balm, orange turk's cap lily, smoke bush, catnip, hollyhock, French thyme, green beans, milkweed, cinnamon basil, "Mardi Gras" Helenium, Alpine strawberries
Flowers still in bud are not listed, at least one open flower is required to make the list.