Tag Archives: summer blooms

Late Summer Blooms

We’re at the peak of summer bloom time! And with August and September come the Dahlias! They come in so many varieties and colors. Some of them are: decorative, cactus, fimbriated, anemone, ball, collarette, single. Here’s a small sample. Here’s … Continue reading

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Regal Summer Blooms

The best of summer blooms are at their peak, here in my area. I was out and about this past week visiting local gardens, and I was totally amazed by the color and abundance of blooms. From snapdragons to dahlias, … Continue reading

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Lovely Hydrangeas!

I want to share some lovely images of different types of Hydrangeas I encountered while visiting a local garden—Lakewold Gardens. I love how some Hydrangea petal colors fade toward the end of their life span. It gives them a completely … Continue reading

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Summer Blooms at Point Defiance Park Gardens

Wow! Such spectacular blooms and colors can be viewed right now at the Point Defiance Park floral gardens in Tacoma, Washington. The Rose garden, Fuchsia garden, Dahlia garden, and main gardens are all at their peak bloom. Below you will … Continue reading

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A Plant with Dragon’s Breath?

Summer blooms are beginning to prosper, and one of the most unusual plants I have come across is the Dragon’s Arum (Dracunculus vulgaris). It’s a humungous, dark purple colored bloom with this giant, thick, long thing sticking out of it. … Continue reading

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