Here are some of what's blooming this Bloom Day:
Rose 'Don Juan', I wish the real deep color of red would show up in a picture. Most of the rest of my roses are between blooms now.
Agastache 'Pink Panther', I've gotten a real soft spot for Agastaches lately.
Monarda 'Blue Stocking' is not quite the color I thought it would be. I thought it would be more blue, but it's actually a pretty deep pink color.
Clematis 'Little Nell' has such tiny flowers, I've fertilized it recently in hopes that it will turn the leaves back to green. Monarda 'Jacob Cline' is blooming behind it. The hummingbirds have already started battling over it.
A new Daylily 'Strawberry Candy' is supposed to be a rebloomer.
Daylily 'Mini Pearl' is such a pretty small one. It really brightens up the area around it.
While these aren't the biggest or showiest flowers, I'm happy to see them because they are on the Beautyberry bush 'Profusion' I planted last year. I was afraid it didn't get enough sun where it was, but it seems to be doing really well.
And because the Larkspur is prettier than I ever could have imagined and so tall I had to add another picture of them again. Blooming up against the house is Clematis 'Jackmanii'. The window boxes are full of Petunias, lobelia and Alyssum this year - and it smells so good by them.
Garden Bloggers Bloom Day takes place the 15th of each month and is hosted by Carol of May Dreams Gardens. Visit her to join in or see what is blooming around the world.