Thursday, July 28, 2022

The Star Of The Gardens

It is the Hydrangeas turn to shine in the garden, and they are shining magnificently right now.


I always bring some indoors so I can enjoy them all day.

There are 2 here, one on either side of the fence by the gate, leading to the backyard.

This is my Endless Summer which produces blooms all summer long.



Peegee Hydrangea

The Hibiscus is also gorgeous right now.





I have two pretty Cone Flowers



and 2 gorgeous Butterfly Bushes, this one is Miss Molly.


- no rain ~ no flowers -

14 comments:

Jim and Barb's RV Adventure said...

Beautiful! Do you work on those yourself? It must take you hours to water, weed and maintain them. Well worth the effort though!

Debbie said...

jim and barb...the husband and i do a lot of the work ourselves. we have a company that cuts the law and they do some/general maintenance (edging, blowing) but the rest we do. he does all of the mulching and i keep up with the dead heading...once the beds are mulched we don't get a ton of weeds. we both work on the vegetable garden. we live in a tourist area that gets very crowded and since we have the pool, we are home a lot during the summer!

Debbie said...

ooooooh and we have underground sprinklers!!

Changes in the wind said...

Simply beautiful.....

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous blooms, I love them all!
Take care, enjoy your day!

Ruth S said...

I saw one butterfly yesterday black with yellow spots on the wings. Maybe it’s one of yours.

The Furry Gnome said...

What wonderful flowers you have!

Lowcarb team member said...

Such lovely photographs of your beautiful flowers.

All the best Jan

Marie Smith said...

Such gorgeous blooms! And some purple…love this post!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Debbie! How beautiful summer is around your wonderful yard. I adore hydrangeas -- they are beautiful in every phase -- budding, full bloom, and even later when drying on the vine. Yours are absolutely perfect.

Susie said...

Debbie, Your flowers are truly beautiful. I love the many colors. Blessings,xoxo,Susie

Ruth Hiebert said...

I don't think I have ever seen more beautiful Hydrangeas than yours. Just gorgeous.

LeAnn said...

Oh, my dear friend, your flower photos today are spectacular. I would be afraid to show you where are flowers once bloomed. It's been a bad season for flowers this year due to the drought here. That makes your photos even more special to me. Thanks for sharing all of these gorgeous photos today. Now I think you should do a book of flowers, butterflies and birds. I would buy it.
Sending hugs your way!

Conniecrafter said...

Gorgeous flowers you have around your yard, all of ours bloom in the spring, we need more that bloom all summer, always wonderful to bring them in and enjoy them all day!
I hadn't received and updates that you had posted so I thought maybe you were having computer problems again but I see all is well :) Glad I came to check anyway, have a great weekend!