A quick tour around the June garden for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day... with thanks to Carol of May Dreams Gardens for hosting this monthly look at what is flowering!
First there is the North Border, a combination of blue, purple, and red.
Nearby is the White and Silver Garden.
Vauquelina californica has flowered for the first time this year. Left, they look rather like Spirea when fresh; right, they have since dried to an attractive terracotta color.
The Central Bed is made mostly of plants that flower in a wide range of reds.
Miniature roses continue to bloom around the garden: clockwise from top left: Daniela, noID, Kordes Lavender.
The East Border was meant to be mostly yellow, but oranges do creep in somehow...
And on around to the South Border, where Perovskia is in full bloom.
Happy Bloom Day!
Weather Diary: Fair; High: 106 F (41 C)/Low: 66 F (19 C); Humidity: 2%-23%