It’s Mosaic Monday again. I posted these new photos that I took in my garden yesterday for Mosaic Monday I have 12 of them.
. The first photo is that of a clematis that is my neighbor’s donation to my garden. It is climbing over the fence from his yard tomorrow and I think it is beautiful.
. The second is my orange crocosmia. I really like this little one. It is not as large as my giant Lucifer crocosmia, but it is a great addition to my garden.
. Next comes my caryopteris, which just started blooming. This is one of my favor favorite late-summer shrubs. It comes in with these waves of beautiful blue blooms, and maybe you can see the bumblebee on it.
. This little yellow flower is a volunteer I almost pulled out as a weed. Now I believe this is a volunteer wallflower.
. Next comes the liatrice in my volcano strip with it’s perky purple blooms.
. And one of the fuchias I bought this spring.
. Coming next is nearly the last gasp of my daylilies this pink beauty is really peach color and is just outside my living room window.
. We also have the orange one on the bottom row.
. One of my favorite roses, Gourmet Popcorn, is giving another flush of bloom.
. My Japanese anemones are just starting to bloom. I love them I have several in front and in back.
. Next comes my pole beans. I couldn’t resist filming us.
. And last, is a golden rod that volunteered in my garden. I can’t believe. Goldenrod is a beautiful flower that I can hardly believe they now sell as cultivars. When I grew up in the Midwest, it was considered a weed and the bane of my mother’s summer allergies. I love it and I think it’s beautiful. Oh and did I say this was a volunteer.
And that’s all there is for me for right now for Mosaic Monday. I hope you enjoy my blooming garden.
Also, you can take a look at some other beautiful mosaics by other gardeners at Little Red House.