blue torenia. Bees adore these.
Daylily Happy Returns
Rozanne Geranium, starts blooming in late May and blooms until October. It's 2008 Perennial of the Year. My favorite geranium, and one of my favorite blooming plants for part sun. I killed both of mine last year trying to divide them. I bought four more this year, and they're just starting to bloom now. Needless to say, I won't be dividing them.
Lamium. Love the foliage, blooms beautifully in the shade.
Lamium close up.
Down the primrose path. Um, well, down the impatiens path actually. These shots were all taken in the morning sun. Could have been better photos if I'd gotten out there earlier when it was still shady.
Cardinal again? Well, it was last year. This year it decided it wanted to be white. At least now the blooms look normal. The first couple of blooms were deformed, and then it righted itself, except that they're still white. That's ok. I like columbines in any color.
Not such a great shot of this pale, pale pink geranium. These were floating on this morning's lovely breeze, and the photos all came out blurry. This was a pass along from a client, and I haven't checked out what variety it is.
Irisene and a pink caladium. With foliage like this, who needs flowers, right?
Thank you Carol at May Dreams Gardens for hosting Garden Blogger's Bloom Day!