Wild Spice Hansa Rose, with a couple of Japanese Beetles enjoying some PDA…Hansa roses are wonderfully hardy and very fragrant.
The entrance to the Secret Garden. The day lilies are spent and so is the crocosmia. But the Dahlias are blooming and so are the marigolds.
Wild Berry Breeze Hansa Rose, coming back after a hard pruning to curb powdery mildew.
An experiment with Dahlias
More Dahlias and an abundance of marigolds
White Carpet Rose
A second blush of Delphinium, a rather unexpected surprise…
Heuchera and a bumblebee guest
Stained Glass hosta with its lovely fragrant flowers
Zagreb Coreopsis, sending out some late summer blooms
A nameless miniature rose against white phlox.
one White Dawn bloom.
A nameless hosta that sends out lovely fragrant flowers.
Perhaps it is because of the heat, but this is the only Canna that is blooming. None of them this year got very tall.
The single geranium flower…
Hibiscus, putting on a great show
Kim’s Knee High Coneflower
Annual geranium peeking through the dense growth of datura
The new red Knockout Rose
Red carpet rose
The miniature hostas I bought at Cedar Hedge Gardens in Interlochen. To the left is Maui Buttercup. In the planter, to the left is Hideout. To the right is Teaspoon. And on the bottom is Plug Nickel. To the right of the planter is Kaleidoscope. It’s not doing well…