It's Garden Blogger Bloom Day! On the 15th of each month, we garden bloggers like to show off what's blooming and growing in our gardens. Here on Long Island, zone 7, things are blooming all over and I'm just letting most of the plants simply do their thing.
Below are a few favorites from my August garden this month:
A new addition this year under the yellow Day Lily is Sedum 'Cherry Tart'.
I love the purple foliage and pink blossoms.
The panicle hydrangea is in full bloom now and looking fantastic.
Another new addition is Echinachea 'Hot Papaya'. I needed something tall in the back of the bed that would look lovely with the rudbeckias. These cone flowers have petals
that point downward and look like little mini rockets to me.
The Knockout Rose in in full bloom and looking so very happy these days.
My containers in the shade are looking great now. Along the back fence, there is little soil and lots of shade. So instead of struggling to find something to grow there all season, I had my children paint a few stray branches with outdoor paint and voila!, instant garden art to brighten up a shady spot.
My August garden is full of vibrant colors these days. What about yours? What's blooming where you are? Do you have any of the same plants? I'd love to hear from you!
Many thanks to Carol over at May Dreams Gardens for hosting this month's Garden Bloggers Bloom Day!