Liatris spicata ‘Blazing Star’
Crinum × powellii (Swamp Lily)
Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower)
Gladiolus. Broken flower supported by Shasta daisy foliage
Gardenia jasminoides ‘August Beauty’
Lantana camara (Common lantana)
Rudbeckia laciniata (Green-Headed Coneflower)
Beautiful photos. I love that white gladiola, which I wouldn’t have even identified as such without your label.
Thanks Kris. That glad came back from some past year. Love the purple stamen.
A beautiful showing, I esp. love the fallen glad, it looks so pristine!
Thanks Eliza. I love the coloring on that glad. Wish I’d planted more this year.
Love the images, the Rudbeckia is my favorite with the blurry blue sky backdrop. I have been trying (the key word) to grow Liatris..yours are lovely.
I brought that liatris from my previous house. It’s the clumping kind not the runner (have runners too which I’m constantly battling).
Wow – it’s a beautiful day at your house. That gorgeous flower may be broken, but it still steals the show.
Thanks Judy. The purple stamen on that glad really make it stand out.
Beautiful! Especially the lily…. gorgeous colour!
Thanks Cathy. That lily may have to go. It takes up a lot room and the flowers fade so quickly the plant just looks messy unless you catch it just right.