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Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – August 2010

15 Aug Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – August 2010

It’s August 15th, and once again time for Bloom Day posts! Here is a slideshow of what’s blooming in our little corner of the world! After viewing here please head on over to May Dreams Gardens and have a look at all the Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day posts. There is so much to behold!

Enjoy!

P.S. If you would like to know more about any of the flowers in the slideshow,  just post a comment, I love to talk plants!

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    Posted at 09:33h, 15 August Reply

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  • Debbie
    Posted at 09:54h, 15 August Reply

    Scott,

    Happy Bloom Day! I see you’ve discovered the slideshow feature of wordpress, too:) What’s the purple flower see right before the phlox? And is that Helenium Mardi Gras?

    • Scott
      Posted at 10:17h, 15 August Reply

      Yes, not only discovered but love using it! I have added labels to the photos, but the purple flower is Monarda ‘Dark Ponticum’. And yes, that is Mardi Gras, a favorite around here!

  • Sarah from Toronto Gardens
    Posted at 11:00h, 15 August Reply

    Love the picture of the grass fronds. What sort is it?

    • Scott
      Posted at 12:04h, 15 August Reply

      The grass is Pennisetum ‘Rubrum’ Sarah. It is not hardy here, so treated like an annual. Thanks for the comments!

  • Garden Walk Garden Talk
    Posted at 11:56h, 15 August Reply

    Lovely images of pretty blooms. I posted a comment today about the slideshow, and now I realize that the slideshow is from wordpress. But which one? There are so many to choose from or is a widget? I like the presentation, but can it be slowed down without user input? BTW. Happy Bloom Day.

    • Scott
      Posted at 12:07h, 15 August Reply

      The slideshow app appears at the bottom of each gallery you upload in your post. Each viewer has the ability to pause, advance or go back by clicking on buttons in the slideshow. Thanks for the kind words!

      • Donna
        Posted at 16:18h, 15 August Reply

        Thanks much. I will definitely check back to see what you post. I enjoyed the trip here today.

        • Scott
          Posted at 09:24h, 17 August Reply

          Your welcome Donna, see you again!

  • noel
    Posted at 12:51h, 15 August Reply

    aloha,

    love your slide show and that pennisetum purpureum is my all time favorite, such a perfect foil for fall foliaged plantings…thanks for sharing your garden today

    • Scott
      Posted at 09:23h, 17 August Reply

      Aloha to you Noel! Thanks for stopping in and commenting.

  • gardeningasylum
    Posted at 13:25h, 15 August Reply

    Very nice slideshow! My chelone hasn’t started yet – maybe because it’s in pretty deep shade…

    • Scott
      Posted at 09:23h, 17 August Reply

      Chelone is just getting going here. Love to watch the pollenators crawling in and out of the blossoms!

  • joene
    Posted at 19:21h, 15 August Reply

    Enjoyed your slide show, Scott. Great photos. After catching a glimpse of your white scabiosa I may have to add one to my gardens – all mine are blue.

    • Scott
      Posted at 09:25h, 17 August Reply

      Hi Joene! Scabiosa ochroleuca captivated me the first time I saw it, and is one of my favorites. It blooms a long time too!

  • Michelle Derviss
    Posted at 18:32h, 16 August Reply

    enjoyed the clarity , attention to details and the composition in these beautiful photographs !

    • Scott
      Posted at 09:27h, 17 August Reply

      Thank you for the kind words Michelle! Hope you are enjoying your summer!

  • Kat
    Posted at 20:21h, 16 August Reply

    You do have a lot going on. Simply lovely. I especially love the Helenium. I saw it for the first time this year and really love the color.

    • Scott
      Posted at 09:28h, 17 August Reply

      I’m not usually an orange person, but the Helenium is very nice, and blooms for a while! Thanks for the comments Kat!

  • Linda
    Posted at 14:37h, 17 August Reply

    Love the slide show feature, very easy to watch and navigate. I haven’t seen white chelone before. I have the pink that are just starting to open and am already trying to figure out if I have space to mix in some white, they do expand rapidly!

  • Scott
    Posted at 06:30h, 18 August Reply

    The white Chelone is a little taller (4′) Linda, so possibly deeper in the border. Sounds like you’ll find space. 😉 Thanks for the comments!

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