Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Happy Fourth photos

Top left: Livingstone daisy. So colorful; so tough.
Top right: Red day lily. Such an intense blood red!
2nd line left: Cosmidium. The "other" chocolate smelling annual.
2nd line right: Clarkia amoena. No other word but glorious!
3rd line left: Centaurea "Amethyst-in-Snow." Love this plant.
3rd line right: Cynoglossum. Top of the list for lovers of true blue flowers.
4th line left: Flemish Antique breadseed poppy. Isn't Nature wonderful?
4th line right: Grevillea 'Moonlight.' Very large showy flowers and THAT color!
5th line left: Calceolaria 'Kentish Hero.' Orange lovers unite!
5th line right: Scyphanthus. My new favorite flower of 2010. Charming climbing annual.
6th line left: Leycesteria formosa. I call this the Pagoda plant because the flowers look like little Chinese pagodas.
6th line right: Helenium 'Mardi Gras.' A lovely bi-colored helenium.
Bottom left: Canary Creeper nasturtium. One of my favorite scrambling vines.
Bottom right: Dietes vegeta. It may be common but that doesn't mean it isn't pretty.

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