Another late Garden Blogger Bloom Day post for me. I look forward to visiting other gardeners who posted at May Dreams Garden to see what everyone else has blooming in the month of June.
I've never had success with roses that require spraying and fussing over, but I have several of the carpet roses and Knockout roses and they are doing quite well this year. They have smaller flowers and aren't all that spectacular, but they are trouble free and they provide a lot of blooms.
Petunias that were grown from seed indoors this winter.
The verbena bonariensis is blooming already.
The mallow was grown from seed indoors this winter.
'May Night' is almost finished blooming. I've been dead-heading it to get another flush of blooms.
The pansies are looking a little weather weary. They won't last much longer in the heat.
I don't remember what this is. I'm not even sure when I bought it, but this is the first time it has bloomed. Does anyone know what it is?
The gerbera daisies that I over-wintered are just beginning to bloom. They bloomed all winter long, but stopped blooming when I put them back outside. One of them died, but the others have perked up and are putting on a show right now.
Front porch container with begonias.
Cherry Red butterfly pentas
My one and only daylily plant.
Here's what else is blooming for the month of June:
Rondo Bearded Tongue