Here is what blooms in my Tennessee garden in May 2010. There’s always a lot to see this time of year and I’m sure I’ve missed some things but here we go!
Red AchilleaPatio Garden – Garden Shed in the background
Achillea, Phlox pilosa, and Catmint CombinationDeck Garden – The irises here are done but the foliage still remains.
Nepeta faassenii (Catmint) ‘Walker’s Low’Around the Witch hazel with oregano sprawling around.
Nepeta faassenii (Catmint) ‘Walker’s Low’Self-sowing garden – not a big self-seeder but I like it so I put it there!
Dianthusfrom the Arbor Garden/Self-Sowing Garden
Gaillardia(grown from seed of an ‘Oranges and Lemons’ Gaillardia, definitely not true to type!)
White Iris next to a Japanese MapleArbor Garden/Corner Shade Garden
Asclepias tuberosa (Orange Butterfly Weed)Rain GardenBuds are all overand Flowers are underneath!
Red PoppiesSelf-sowing Garden
Salvia nemorosa ‘Caradonna’ and ‘Snow Hill’Front garden – I want to completely renovate this garden. I’ll explain in a later post.
Thanks to Carol for hosting Bloom Day!
If you missed anything from The Home Garden this week check out the list of posts below:
Sunday May 9, 2010
- A Little Closer to Finished – A little update on the Garden shed
Monday May 10, 2010
- Making Arrangements for Mother’s Day – a peak at a couple of the homemade flower bouquets that I gave out.
Tuesday May 11, 2010
Wednesday May 12, 2010
- Hydrangea Propagation – It’s so easy you won’t want to miss this post!
Thursday May 13, 2010
Friday May 14, 2010