Mr. Beau ready to take you on a tour of the garden….
The always dependable Cecil Bruener rose surrounded by daylilies, catmint and fennel in the herb garden.
The Red Fairy Standard Roses (great performers) with Super Dorothy on the arbor. Super Dorothy has never been all that super in my garden. I have two that are probably ten years old and they still do not cover the arbor. They are pest free however.
Beau is beginning to wear down…
One of my very favorite roses that always produces abundantly in spite of my neglect…Molineux
Catmint, Volunteer Alyssum and Hetrophylla Lavender
Iceberg with a mystery rose on the wall and Eden barely seen behind
Eden, one of the few roses that hasn’t “blown” in this heat
Beau sniffing the Teucrium (germander) another wonderful producer
David Austin’s the Prince in the foreground (the only time all year this rose looks good in my garden), and the antique rose Reve d’or on the fence.
There’s always time for a little fetch…
The bouganvilla on the pool fence produces these abundant blooms all season long.
Even if you don’t like the taste of fennel it is always a nice addition to the herb garden…whack it back and it rewards over and over…
This is what the Wisteria behind the pool looked like about three weeks ago…
This is what the wisteria looks like now….all the blooms are gone….
Beau is back at his “perch” outside my office window on his favorite table.
I have tried to come up with some interesting topics to blog about. Unfortunately I am at a loss at the moment. There are just way to many things going on here. I hope you will be patient with me. I promise I will be back! What is blooming in your garden right now? I would love to hear.