Flowers For A June Sunday

"Collarette" type Dahlia:
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The Echeveria 'Imbricata' rosettes I re-rooted a few months ago are rooted, growing, and now blooming:
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I finally got a Drakensberg Daisy.  This is promoted as a garden-happy version of the florist's Gerbera.  The flowers are smaller but the plant is supposed to be stronger.
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Color sport of  rose 'Gardens Of The World'.  The original color is magenta rather than this orange.  The sport has been completely stable.
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'Blue Hill' Salvia backed by 'Endless Summer' Hydrangea:
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Pink Lillies rise above the same Hydrangea:
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'Shooting Stars' Hydrangea.  Soil sulphur would blue up those pink bits.  
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Another Dahlia, new this year:  
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Rose 'Comtesse de Provence' is not struggling so much this year.  Has it finally established?  I bought the rose for its unusual fruit-punch fragrance, not for its disease-riddled foliage and spindly canes.
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The bird-planted Sunflower is fully open today:
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Hemerocallis 'Sabine Bauer' flaunts her outlandish beauty:
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Rose 'Peter Mayle' looks elegant in the late afternoon.
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Those are the flowers for a Sunday in June.     photo dahl6057_zps51482d7b.jpg

Comments

  1. All lovely, but that first dahlia is just to die for!

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    1. It was a must have, and I had a 20% off coupon!

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  2. Love that first (and last) Dahlia - what an unusual one! All of your flowers are looking great. Superb bright color you have there.

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    1. Yes that's the only "collarette" type I've ever grown.

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  3. Thank you, Hoover Boo, for calling her "Comtesse de Provence" not Liv Tyler. Alas, it doesn't help her ungainly characteristics in the garden. Mine sleeps with the shovels.
    I think you'll be pleased with the Drakensberg. Sun or part shade, it's a workhorse for me. Do know that after a couple of years, you may find that its productivity has declined. If so, it's time to dig and divide. I waited so long that I ended up with about a dozen plants out of the one I started with, and all the offspring are thriving.

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    1. I hope I get as good results as you are getting with the Drakensburg. I would so love to have a dozen of them! CdP has flopped herself onto a nearby trellis, which has inadvertently done her some good. Sleeps with shovels! Ha! :)

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  4. Lovely pictures, especially the first one of that special Collarette Dahlia. And then the rose Comtesse de Provence, such a beauty.

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  5. The flowers all look beautiful to me, I love how you have grouped the colours to complement each other.
    xoxoxo ♡

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