More Flowers

'Crepuscule'
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'Lions Fairy Tale' took years and years (five at least) to develop.  It's now finally producing some gorgeous flowers.  Sometimes a rose is worth the wait.
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'Kaiserin Auguste Viktoria' is another rose that took many years to develop.  I'm so pleased it finally responded to all that water and fertilizer.
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'Tradescant' is recovering.  It was in serious decline until I noticed it wasn't getting any water at all.  Oops!  Somehow it managed to survive a summer with no water.
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Convolvulus mauritanicus
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The last of the Camellias until autumn
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'Geranium Red' has the exact same fragrance as 'Fragrant Cloud', and the color is also very similar.  Unlike 'Fragrant Cloud', very little mildew.
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It's fun that through a gap in the trees I can enjoy my neighbor's 'Livin Easy':
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'Julia Child', another year, another glorious spring. 
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Acer palmatum 'Oshio Bene'
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Clematis languinosa 'Candida' never does much, but it faithfully gives a handful of flowers every year.  
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'Etoile Violette' likes our climate better
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'The Ambridge Rose' looking particularly fresh
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The Ranunculus are finishing up
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Geranium 'Rozanne' is using 'Tamora' as a trellis.
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Clematis 'Niobe' unfurling
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And 'Golden Celebration' cascading down gently into Acer palmatum 'Emperor I'.
Acer palmatum 'Emperor I' and 'Golden Celebration' photo aa3317_zps73c10d40.jpg  



Comments

  1. Beautiful! Thank you for the tour. We Californians seem to grow a lot of the same plants. Your Crepuscule looks exactly like mine right now (and no wonder), but I have climbing Mme Caroline Testout cascading into my red-leaved Japanese maple instead of Golden Celebration :)

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    1. Mme Caroline is one I would like to have. Wonder if it would share space with KAV.

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  2. So many flowers in bloom in bright, sweet colours. I love the tree with red foliage.

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    1. I do like a lot of color, too much maybe! Sometimes the garden looks like a giant confetti toss.

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  3. Lots of gorgeous flowers. I love Geranium 'Rozanne' with 'Tamora'. 'Julia Child' is pretty nice, too.

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  4. Oh, that last photo really takes my breath away.

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    1. Eventually that maple is going to shade GC, but for now, they are buddies!

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