Sunday, June 21, 2009

Everything's in bud

...just in time for me to go away for a week. Hopefully I'll be able to see most of these blooms when I get back... [Photo: Sedum with flower buds.]
Sedum (don't know which one).

[Photo: Rudbeckia hirta flower buds.]
Rudbeckia hirta (black-eyed Susan).

[Photo: Monarda didyma 'Jacob Cline' bud.]
Monarda didyma 'Jacob Cline' (beebalm).

[Photo: Lilium 'Dot Com' buds.]
Lilium 'Dot Com' (Asiatic lily).

[Photo: Liatris spicata flower buds.]
Liatris spicata (blazing star).

[Photo: Lavandula angustifolia flower buds.]
Lavandula angustifolia (lavender).

[Photo: Hosta flower buds.]
Hosta (don't know which one).

[Photo: Hemerocalis fulva flower buds.]
Hemerocalis fulva (orange daylily).
(I would not plant this myself as it is considered invasive in our area but my landlord's son is very attached to it.)

[Photo: Heliotropium arborescens flower buds.]
Heliotropium arborescens (heliotrope).

[Photo: Helianthus annuus flower bud.]
Helianthus annuus (sunflower).

[Photo: Echinacea purpurea flower buds.]
Echinacea purpurea (purple coneflower).

[Photo: Astilbe flower buds.]
Astilbe (don't know which one).

[Photo: Asclepias tuberosa flower buds.]
Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly weed).

[Photo: Dionaea muscipula flower buds.]
Last but not least, Dionaea muscipula (Venus flytrap). Since this little one is portable, it's coming with me!

1 comment:

  1. It's amazing to walk around the garden at this time of year to see all of the plants in bud. Hopefully yours will be a show stopper for your return. Its always a nice way to be welcomed home!


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