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What’s Blooming?

May 18, 2012

 

The garden is in full Spring bloom: Iris, Rhododendron, Peonies, Jack-In-The-Pulpit, Bungleweed, Creeping Phlox, Anemone. I am totally digging the way the light was shining through the Iris foliage – like stained glass.

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  1. johnny51 permalink
    May 22, 2012 12:18 AM

    Wow! Your flower garden is awesome! Great photos too. Thanks Ashley for asking the question. I may need to steal some of your flowers.

    • May 22, 2012 6:12 PM

      Thanks! I planted some creeping rose and worked on the boxwood hedge this past weekend. I’m traveling for work but hope to get the post up this week.

  2. May 18, 2012 2:28 PM

    Questions! Can you name everything for me?!

    Okay not everything. But a few things?

    The purple-y blue short plants.
    The little pink flowers.
    The white flowers following the pink flowers.

    And I saw on Pinterest that the red ones are peonies?

    • May 18, 2012 3:00 PM

      purple blue – bungleweed. It’s a ground cover that had dark purple almost shiny foliage and it blooms with the blue spiky flowers for about a month in the Spring. Be careful where you plant it because it can take over.

      pink – creeping phlox. I wish it bloomed for more than just a few weeks. Covered in blooms and doubles in size almost every years. spiky green foliage all year round.

      white – anemone, white snow drop I think. foliage looks like parsley, spreads nicely. Another Spring bloomer.

      Red – peonies that came with the house. herbaceous, which means they die back to the ground every winter. Ours get 4 feet tall! Supposed to be a late Spring bloomer, but early this year.

      I love your garden plans! Hydrangeas are a favorite of mine.

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