July Bloom day is already here, and this time there is so much blooming I tried to limit myself. It's great having too many rather too few that's for sure!
Cosmos I started by wintersowing. This is the first of many to come.
More Monarda, although this one has already succumbed to powdery mildew. I haven't tried the milk for the mildew yet.
I've had several of these mixed Snapdragons popping up in various parts of the yard.
Hydrangea 'Endless Summer'
Mallow, these are about 18 inches tall and have reseeded a bit.
More 'Shades of Blue' Larkspur. The more that bloom, the more variations of blues I'm finding, I hope they all reseed for next year.
Echinacea 'Magnus', by now you know how much I love this flower!
Trumpet Lily 'Triumphator' have all started blooming and adding a nice fragrance all around them.
Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue', 'Pink Mist' is also blooming.
Rose 'Iceberg' the hardest working rose in my garden. I've read several places recently that it's a great one for a part shade location.
Black-Eyed Susans (Rudbeckia) has centers that look like chocolate to me.
Dahlia 'Pretty Lady' is another one that came back from last year. There are several more to come.
To join in on Bloom Day or to see more flowers blooming around the world, visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens.