A Kansas Country Garden: Mid-June

The scent of this David Austin rose is just as lovely as the rose itself.
Stella D'oro day lilies and catmint is a long lasting combination.
Hollyhocks begin to bloom.
Here's to June in Kansas--the days are long, the wind is wild, the wheat is golden and the skies are blue. It is a pretty nice place to be.
 The roses are finishing their first flush of flowering while the lilies and day lilies are beginning to bloom. The ebb and flow of the garden means there is something new to discover nearly every day. Walk with me though my garden and see what there is to see.
A lovely pink lily blooms among the aggressive apple mint.
Everybody's favorite color combination--pink and orange! Are you appalled? I rather like it.
Only a few Bachelor Buttons bloomed this year. I used to have many.

I love larkspur and its numbers are decreasing, too.
Part of the charm of Verbena bonariensis is how it sways in the wind.
Pink Fairy mini roses bloom next to purple clustered bell flower, Campanula glomerata
Where the wild things grow.
How about a game of croquet after we finish our garden stroll?

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for linking to What'd You Do This Weekend? I love your garden flowers. How are Cinco and Mayo? I didn't see their cute little faces this week.

    Wishes for tasty dishes,
    Linda @ Tumbleweed Contessa


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