Friday, July 31, 2015

What's "Blooming"!?

What's "Booming"?!

The usual summer blooms are making the gardens beautiful
right now.
My all time favorites this time of year are the...



  Astilbe

 Coneflowers


Rose of Sharon

And of course, the stars of the show right now...


The Hydrangeas

19 comments:

  1. wow, that first one is so delicate and pretty! nice!! your shots are all beautiful.

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  2. Nice safari

    See ya around Wenesday...I'm going to the Carolinas.

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  3. Pretty in pink today. What a beautiful garden you have!

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  4. All very pretty! The rose of Sharon kind of looks like hibiscus. :)

    Hope you have a great weekend.
    xoxo

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  5. Beautiful photos! Nice colors!

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  6. So Pretty. Love the Rose of Sharon with the l light shining through.

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  7. All are so beautiful!!! We are struggling to keep plants from turning brown and do not even EXPECT them to bloom right now! Just trying to keep them alive untill the temps drop down from 100+ to a more reasonable one!

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  8. Beautiful! I love the coneflowers and the hydrangeas.

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  9. All beautiful flowers and I notice they are all pink ging on purple!! Have a lovely weekend.

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  10. Hello Debbie, beautiful blooms! I love the coneflowers and the hydrangea. But, they are all lovely photos. Happy weekend!

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  11. Your gardens are lovely. I'm sure they bring you much joy.

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  12. You have captured their beauty so wonderfully, lovely!! Have a great weekend!

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  13. Oh, these photos are spectacular. I couldn't even choose a favorite; they are just all stunning. i can see why this is the favorite time of year for these lovely flowers. Hugs!

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  14. Wow, these are just all amazing!

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  15. Our Astilbe bloomed forever ago, it seems. The Hydrangeas are gorgeous, but the ones at our botanical garden are gone, too. I should have known your garden would be a little behind ours when you mentioned needing a sweatshirt(!) the morning of the hot air balloon event.

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  16. You are such a talented photographer, Debbie.

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