GBBD First Time

>> Sunday, June 15, 2008

Last year my garden was just getting started. This month I finally have enough flowers worthy of posting!

First up, the Blues:

Veronica Crater Lake Blue







Salvia East Friesland








Nepeta Walker’s Low (Catmint)







Iris Reticulata








Next, the Pinks:

Dianthus Agatha







Geranium Clorinda (almost)







Rose unknown







Dianthus Zing Rose







Dianthus Desmond







Cosmos Sensation







Allium Alpine Rosy Bells








Rose Tuscan Sun









4 comments:

Daisy June 15, 2008 at 12:27 PM  

The flowers are beautiful! I wish my stuff was that far along... I've got one cosmo bloom. We just had snow a few days ago, so I shouldn't complain.

I also liked your entry on lawns vs. food. I was just reading Pollan's Second Nature - he definitely gets on his soap box about suburbia's lawns and their excessiveness. I need to get more of my lawn up, but there's so much shade!

Kate June 16, 2008 at 2:31 PM  

So beautiful, Greg, just so lovely.

April ~ Living the Sweet Life June 22, 2008 at 1:34 PM  

Hi I just happen to come across you blog. I just love gardening and I also blog in Utah County. I will be checking back often.
April

Greg W June 22, 2008 at 4:36 PM  

Sorry I haven't responded until now. Been on vacation for last 12 days.

Daisy, isn't this weather just so weird this year? Snow in June! Crazy.

Thank-you Daisy and Kate for the kind comments. My garden is finally beginning to pay off.

Welcome April, good to hear from a fellow Utahn. It seems there aren't very many of us. I'm going to check out your blog now.

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