warriorswisdomkathy wrote: burn, that anenome is beautiful, just love it
dome....how pretty your garden is, what hem. is that Hyperion?
flo and moonhowl.....I'm continually amazed at how beautiful iris are, the luminecence of each bloom is spectacular, wouldn't it be great if they could get iris to bloom all season. I know there are rebloomers but they don't do it here for me....don't I wish!!!!!! Not sure if it's the altitude (6800feet) or if it's my zone (Z5, now listed as Z6) and the season's not long enough.
burn... the iris buchannii is new for me, in summer the foliage disappears, in fact I thought I had lost it, lol. It was the first thing to bloom in the garden.
Pix: Thermopsis montana, just began blooming realy nice and then the deer found it, so here's last years pix (***##^&***&)
Pix: Centaurea montana just starting to open nicely, also found a big chomp mark this morning.
Pix: Centauea m. Amethyst in Snow
Pix: Linum perenne (flax just opening)
pix: and a new aquisition, for me an annual Osteospurmum, nifty, huh?