Sunday, July 29, 2007

Some Sunday Blooms















9 comments:

A wildlife gardener said...

Fabulous blooms, every one :)

Owin & Irena said...

wow...i think i've asked before but i'll ask again...where do you put them all? just stunning. your surprise lilies are great too. they seem quite unique with a thinner petal than you'd expect. the colour is very pretty.
Cheers.
Irena

kris said...

Beautiful, beautiful - I have a lot of the same flowers blooming in my gardens right now - fun!

Paula said...

Great photos. My favorite is the Holly Hock. As a girl, my sisters and I would make them into dolls! One day I will have Holly Hocks again, but planting flowers are still a ways off. Thanks for sharing!
Paula

Nicole said...

Really, really pretty. What a great variety of colors, forms and textures. Interesting you have cockscomb and zinnias-growing up, they were ubiquitous in Trinidad cottage gardens.

Connie said...

Do you know what the name of that morning glory is? Very pretty. Looks something like one I grow called 'Caprice'....still waiting for some blooms on it.

THE BLUEST BUTTERFLY said...

What is the flower just above the pink rose at the bottom?

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Thanks for all the nice words.

Connie, the morning glory is Granpa Ott's morning glory, it self seeds and becomes a pest but I always let some grow as I love the color.

Blue, that flower is a Cleome or the common name is spider flower, it is not fully open in this picture.

lavendergardener said...

What beautiful pictures...actually beautiful flowers and great pictures!