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Friday, September 14, 2012


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How wonderful to see so many beautiful blooms thriving despite the dry conditions. The traffic island garden looks fantastic with all that colour. The purples in the Hendrix border are just gorgeous. My favourite bloom though has to be that Tricrytis. It's such a lovely thing.

The Sage Butterfly

There is a lovely lavender and pink theme in your garden that brings out such softness. Wonderful blooms!

Lisa at Greenbow

I will have to get out to see what is blooming in my garden. Not much different than what you are showing. Plus my blooms are so small and not as many. This darned drought. We have had rain but aren't out of it yet.


The garden blooms look beautiful despite the drought. Thanks as always for the lovely images.

Desert Dweller / David C.

Nice selection, and perhaps it helped to lose the New Mexico summer you had,and get Wisconsin back...at least for a few months?

Those alliums are impressive to my desert eyes.


What lovely blooms! Japanese anemone is one of my favorites--our poor tired garden has a burst of color from the anemones and lantana. I love bringing in just a sprig of anemones to put in a vase--they're so delicate looking. Your corner plantings look gorgeous despite the drought. Happy Bloom Day to you!


I love it! The Hendrix border that is. I have often day dreamed about breeding daylilies and naming them all after Grateful Dead tunes, but I am not that into it. Happy GBBD!

sensible gardening

So many people complain they have no flowers come September, but a garden like yours proves them wrong. You just have to plan ahead a bit and get them in the ground. I love the fall anemones, especially the white.

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