GB Bloom Day-August
August 15, 2009. It seems that summer-type weather – hot and humid – has finally arrived in Connecticut. Morning glories to start the day and sweet peas grow not too far away.
Double Oriental lilies scent the air and large pink phlox bloom without a care.
In a shadier spot hydrangea, so blue, offsets impatiens and coleus, too.
Pollinators visit a butterfly bush; this crocosmia looks quite lush.
Gazania and petunia brighten one bed.
Gerbera and ageratum flower elsewhere, instead.
The eggplant blossom sits patiently by, while the peegee hydrangea captures every eye.
Happy Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day everyone.