Think I'm getting use to seeing the tops of the tomato stakes.
Sure can't see the red plastic mulch anymore !
Let me introduce my NEW SUN BED.
moving to the front
There are a few plants that did not survive. What else is new ? :(
One shrub you can't see is Sweetspire Itea 'Virginica Little Henry' which suffered where it was orginally,but I'm sure it will do well here in it's new spot.
Also a small Butterfly Bush-Buddleia davidii.
May have more than one type of the same plant but only showing one.
All plants are always subject to move...maybe I should stop doing that ?
This post is also my "records".
So what's blooming now in this new sun bed ?
Take a look !
Cleome or Spider Flower and Sages (Perovskia atriplicifolia,Salvia officinal + Golden)
Unknown Hybicus and Walleriana Impatiens
Obedient Plant or Physostegia (Virginiana Miss Manners + Vivid) and Gaura lindheimeri 'Karalee Petite Pink'
Vista Fuchsia Supertunia and Homestead Purple Verbena
Rainbow Knock Out Rose 'Pink Radcor' and Sneezeweed 'Mardi Gras'or Helenium
Purple Coneflower or Echinacea angustifolia and Bee Balm or Monarda didyma
Double Knock Out Rose 'Pink Radtko' and Dianthus hybred 'Rosish One'
Angel Mist lavender Angelonia and Geranium x 'Rozanne'
Cosmos sulphureus (Cosmic Red + Ladybird Scarlet) and Salvia splendens
Cannas 'Pixie'(no blooms yet) and Double Knock Out Rose'Rosa Radtko'
Potato Vine plant 'Margarita' and False sunflower or Heliopsis 'Summer Sun,'
Black-eyed Susan or Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm' and unknown Hollyhocks
Red Tip, Photinia x fraseri(2) and Hyssop or Agastache (Purple Pygmy + Sunset)
Red Fox Speedwell or Veronica spicata and Catmint or Nepeta nervosa 'Felix'
Willow, Dappled 'On Standard' or Salix 'Hakuro Nishiki' and Foxglove or Digitalis Foxy Mix
Cardinal climbers and Morning Glory 'Scarlet O'Hara'
Daylilies (Stella Dora + Lily Grapeete)and Rosemary Blue Tuscan
Feather Reed Grass or Calagagrostis acufifolia 'Karl Foerster'(3) and Nemesia hybrid 'Sunsatia Raspberry'
By the way Google "Search This Blog" really works !
I try to mention both common and latin names of plants...
to make it easier to find.