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Monday, June 15, 2009

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jo

Linda,

Those Coral Bells are lovely and bright. Sixteen hardy geraniums no less. Any white ones?
The only creeping C. I know is the unpronouncible 'Portenschlagiana' (?).

Gail

Linda, I think the heuchera flowers are wonderful, mine come out just a fuzzy little wand. I would love to have the space and sun for waves of hardy geraniums! it aounds wonderful! Happy bloom day...

Kim

So many pretty flowers. Our peonies get some shade, and they are OK so far, but I'll have to look for woodland peonies. Thanks for sharing your garden.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Joco — the only white one is really more of a pale pink (Biokovo); most are pinks and lavenders. I like the one you have with the black center.

Gail — most of my geraniums get a fair amount of shade and just a bit of morning sun.

Kim — woodland peonies are great because they come out very early before the trees leaf out. You can read more about them here:

http://eachlittleworld.typepad.com/each_little_world/2009/05/woodland-peonies.html

Lisa at Greeenbow

Your blooms are gorgeous but that bouquet makes my heart sing. What a beautiful collection of blooms. Happy GBBD.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lisa — I was so pleased with that bouquet, so I''m glad you like it. It's sitting on a table runner with similar colors so it just cheers up the whole house.

Dreamybee

Your bouquet turned out beautifully! I especially love the peonies-so graceful and pretty.

Les

Your garden sounds very nice right now, but your photos are exceptional. I especially like Niobe, the heuchera and the geranium.

Daniel Mount

The gravel garden is beautiful. Thanks for taking me to chicago, I miss it so much. Once again great blogging. D.

Erin

Oh my, your post makes me realize just how slow things over here on the east edge of the state are this year. Everything, of course, is lovely, and if you figure out what that campanula is, make sure you post, because it looks quite charming. Your bouquet is magnificent!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Les — Mark will appreciate the photo comment as he's the one who takes the pictures. He spent quite a lot of time photographing everything in bloom and we only used a fraction of them.

Daniel — Thanks for the nice comments. With the garden in full swing, it's not easy to find time to write the blog posts so glad you are enjoying them.

Erin — I think summer is finally arriving this week. Much warmer temps; otherwise it's been cool and rather rainy for ages. It's really kept everything blooming for longer than normal and it's been lovely.

Jan

You have such lovely flowers in your garden this June. I enjoyed my visit.

Jean

Such a beautiful bouquet! Your June garden flowers look so delicate, like spring. Lovely.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Thanks Jan and Jean!

It has been a really long spring here and is just starting to get summery with the solstice is only days away.

Inkslinger

Ooohh . . . so gorgeous!! I'm sure my garden wants to look like yours when it grows up. So inspiring!

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I'm really impressed by the amount of colors! It's like a rainbow of plants. Your hobby became a real art, it's like painting by plants. Good for you for the daily investment, seeing it bears fruit, literally

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