Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Garden Blogger's Bloom Day: July 2008

I'll spare the commentary and just get right to the goods. 

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That's all, folks! 

Be sure to stop by over at May Dreams Gardens for a complete list of GBBD participants. 

7 comments:

  1. Pretty, pretty! We have a few of the same things blooming right now. Your dahlia photo made me miss having them in my garden---I'll have to remedy that next year :-)

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  2. I applaud your restraint. I tried going wordless, but that's just impossible for me apparently. I'm guessing that your Phlox are 'Becky Towe' & 'Laura'? Whatever, they look beautiful. I had both white & pink Echinacea, but I can't find the white this year. I like it mixed in with the pink. You've got lots of nice stuff!

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  3. colleen - I've gotta get over to your (and everybody elses) blog to check out your bloom day photos!

    MMD - I was wordless out of necessity this time. I was really rushed with this post. The phlox are Laura, Elizabeth and Orange Perfection.

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  4. I see a lot of my faves, Gina ; 'Laura' phlox and an orange one as well. We both planted cosmos as annuals this season. And of course we have an abundance of Blackeyed Susans.

    Very colorful show.

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  5. Gorgeous Blooms! It's important to have a balance of beauty and practical isn't it? I need to find more blooms, edible is a plus... :-)

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  6. Great pictures, Gina! Since I can't grow the big Dahlias here, your pictures are a treat. I saw white coneflower at the nursery I visited last week but didn't buy any. Maybe I should go back!

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  7. Very nice display of blooms, good variety, too.

    Carol, May Dreams Gardens

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