Grandma Barb’s This and That

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Colors in the Garden

Here is what's blooming in my garden now.

Pink Asiatic Lily and Hollyhocks

White Daisies and Hydrangeas

Purple Clematis

 Yellow Daylilies

What's Blooming in your garden?

Joining these linky parties

Cottage Garden Party at Fishtail Cottage
Potpourri Friday at 2805

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Until next time



Anonymous said...

Ok, bring your green thumb over to my place & we'll get started right away! heheheee =)
Beautiful, so beautiful!

TexWisGirl said...

really beautiful! nothing's blooming here. even the volunteer petunia is getting eaten by the grasshoppers and rabbits that come in during the night looking for anything the grasshoppers might have missed.

Yael at Home Garden Diggers said...

You have some lovely blooms in your garden. I particularly like your stark white hydrangea.

Yael from Home Garden Diggers.

JOY @ said...

Oh Barb, this is beautiful. Glad you are enJOYing your flowers. Drought is setting in here and I've had to settle with water tomatoes and peppers and keeping the deck flowers going. Nature has to take care of everything else.
You did a wonderful job taking great pics!

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Your gardens are BEAUTIFUL! I don't have a lot blooming right now...asiatic lilies, daylilies, astilbe...SO HOT out there!

Debbie said...

oooohhhh everything is just beautiful. i have some blooms but it's too hot to go outside and enjoy them!!

yours are really gorgeous!!

Cynthia said...

I saw you on 2805 and you garden is beautiful. So color and vibrant. I hope you look at cloches and lavender.


Cynthia said...

P.S. I am following you via Linky.

Honey at 2805 said...

Your flowers are beautiful and so healthy looking!

I appreciate you for participating in Potpourri Friday!

Linda said...

Such pretty flowers! Love them all!

chateau chic said...

Beautiful flowers growing! Love your gorgeous clemantis.
I'm happy to be a new follower and hope you'll stop by,
Mary Alice

Olive said...

I adore the hollyhocks Barbara. Mine seemed to last for such a short time.

Prims By The Water said...

Lovely flowers! I have spiderwort, daisies and hydrangeas too blooming. Take care, Janice

Karen said...

Such beautiful flowers, my garden is blooming a hot mess right now LOL, too hot for me to tend to it. Thanks for stopping by.

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Hi Barb,
I have one big word for you, GORGEOUS! I love the double pink Hollyhock. Mine have all started blooming and I love them, but they are all singles. I think I need a double. lol! You did a great job on the photos. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Your flowers are looking great, Barb. Something is causing holes in my hollyhock leaves.

Brian King said...

Gorgeous garden! We're just trying to keep our plants alive right now. The heat is killing everything.

Raindrops and Daisies said...

It all looks wonderful Barb.


x Fiona

Kerin said...

Those are the prettiest hollyhocks!
Such old fashioned beauty :)

Thanks for sharing all the great pictures with us of your beautiful blooms :)

Smiles :)

Liz said...

I'd love to take a stroll in your garden!! Lovely images & flowers.

Leovi said...

Excellent photos. Delicious flowers.

Miss Kitty said...

Just beautiful! Do you have to water a lot? Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful flowers and your photography of them.

Fishtail Cottage said...

so you need to let me know what your secret is about your hollyhock? why don't you get rust on blooms are always fantastic - but the foilage is always so yukky! what's your trick? thanks for linking up over here to fishtail cottage's garden party. xoox, tracie

~Mary said...

All your flowers look great! I espcially love hollyhocks. I have yet to try growing them. My plants are missing the rain very much, and they are showing it. Even though I water them, they don't like chemically treated water. Hope this whole country can get some rain soon.

A Colorful World said...

BEAUTIFUL flowers! Great photos! Your garden must be lovely!