My Clematis are finishing up. Our excessive hundred degree heat cut their life span short, although they did better than I thought they would. Poor things! This one I don't know the name of. A gift from from my hairdresser (thanks Connie!) Perhaps you can help me?
This is a mini, the flowers are only about 3 inches across. another gift from Connie. I don't know the name...do you?
this is "multi blue" It does rebloom off and on through the season but not as full as the spring.
this is "George's Garden" named after the sweetest fella ever! He owned the home next door and allowed me to remove all the grass between our homes and "do what you want, Candy!" Oh my, everyone should respond to my requests that way (LOL)! Most of my lilies are on this east side of my house. It's gets some morning and some afternoon sun, but nothing extreme, just like the lilies want! (look closely and you'll see lollipop!)
the new bed I started out back (on the left) last fall has exploded this spring! I'll probably have to divide again this fall!
this is the view of my garden from my kitchen window ( I finally figured out how to take off the darn screen) This is basically the view I also have from my office window. My customers wonder why I'm so happy in the morning! I do have the street out back but it's quiet during the day and I have enough going on to distract me from watching the cars go by.
I had so much fun snooping in other people's gardens this winter through these blogs. Had to try my own! Actually my Scrapbook gal got me started, (Shari) I would visit her blog and then take off from there. Too much fun, and free! What else can you do in our long cold winters?
I can't wait to snoop in your garden!! Leave me your comments and blog address!