Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, Monday July 15th, 2013

The early part of July has given us some glorious summer days here in the south west. As a result we have plenty of blooms in our garden at present.

Our roses and delphiniums have been putting on a wonderful show over the past few weeks and the roses in particular are still only in their first flush of bloom, with luck our season will go on for a little longer than usual this year.

Sweet Juliette

David Austin rose ‘Sweet Juliet’

Self sown poppies

Self sown Poppies

Digitalis grandiflora a perennial foxglove

Digitalis grandiflora the perennial foxglove

Delphinum Pacific Hybrids

Delphinium ‘Pacific Hybrids’ catching the early morning sun

Leucanthemum Little Silver Princess

Leucanthemum ‘Little Silver Princess’

Phlox 'Deep Purple'

Phlox ‘Deep Purple’

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8 Responses to Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, Monday July 15th, 2013

  1. Nell Jean says:

    Oh, the roses, delphiniums and poppies! Beautiful post.

  2. Linda says:

    Awesome captures!!! Brilliant and beautiful post.

  3. Scott Weber says:

    I’m in love with the Deep Purple Phlox!

  4. Keity says:

    Your garden looks gorgeous! Especially the petals of ‘Sweet Juliet’ are so beautiful!! Love the David Austin roses, too. They are strong and beautiful. Thank you for your seet comment on my blog!

  5. I love Delphinium and Foxglove even though they are difficult to grow well here. You have some beauties in your garden.

    • Bill S says:

      Thanks Donna, I am still trying to achieve a cottage garden feel to the lower part of our garden, I think that I may be getting there at last!

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