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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8b. Sunset climate zone 5

Thursday, June 14, 2012

June Blooms


Pansy, honeysuckle, hardy geranium Orion, armeria, heuchera,
calla, hardy geranium Mavis Simpson, lobelia, rose Regensberg floribunda, Knock-Out rose,
allium, lupine, geum, hydrangea, rhododendron,
milkweed, clematis montana,  sidalcea malv., centranthus ruber, honeysuckle Dropmore Scarlet,
chives, scilla, pansy, weigela Wine and Roses, saxifrage,
lilac, papaver orientale, digitalis, columbine, Spanish lavender.

***Copyright 2012 TatyanaS

20 comments:

  1. Talk about an awesome color palette! Sweet!

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  2. Lots and lots of beautiful blooms!! Love it!

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  3. Wow, you are blessed with so many beautiful, colorful blooms.

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  4. Just gorgeous blooms in your garden now. I love the Calla Lilies!

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  5. какая нежная фиолетовая геранька! мне она очень нравится.

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  6. Beautiful blooms Tatyana.

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  7. Wow, so many kind of flowers !!! Stunning !!!

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  8. A great display of your beautiful garden blooms!

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  9. Hello Tatyana, the blues and deep violets are what we don't commonly have in the hot tropics. But we have a lot of the brightly colored ones as in reds, red orange, yellows, and a lot more reds, orange and yellows! That only means i love your collage, haha!...Andrea/Kalantikan

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  10. Gorgeous collage! The flowers are lovely, too, of course!!

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  11. Beautiful mosaic of blooms. So much color.

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  12. A lovely collage for GBBD! The colors are amazing.

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  13. That's quite the collage of blooms! Love that very blue geranium. Happy GBBD!

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  14. Oh Tatyana, that is one fabulous collection of flowers, in one beautiful collage. I was oohing and ahhing over it like fireworks!

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  15. I bet you can't guess which flower is my favorite on your collage. It's the deep pink poppy! But they're all gorgeous. Don't you just love June?

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  16. What a beautiful display! And it includes so many of my favorits! How lucky for you that they're all blooming at the same time!

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