Wednesday, May 25, 2011

What's Blooming

 Oakleaf Hydrangea


 Hybrid Day Lily 7" across. I sure do have a gnarly hand!


Asiatic Lily

It's not quite June but, if I were I singer, I'd be singing "June is busting out all over."

Tomorrow is also a day.  I wonder what will be blooming then?

10 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love your flowers, Pat... We are SO hoping that more of our Lilies will bloom before we go on our big trip in June.. IF not, we'll probably miss them this year.

That hybrid Day Lily is awesome.. I would have called it a lily instead of a day lily... ha

Hugs,
Betsy

rhymeswithplague said...

Beautiful flowers, Pat. You are a very good photographer!

Snap said...

Your lilies are lovely ... the color of the Asiatic .. WOWOW. Love your hands ... they are busy ones and could (do) tell many tales!

StitchinByTheLake said...

So beautiful Pat! My oakleaf hydrangea isn't blooming yet and I'm hoping it opens soon. But my lilies are finally opening and they are gorgeous! blessings, marlene

Hilary said...

Such day-brighteners. Beautiful!

Arkansas Patti said...

Just beautiful. My day lilies are just getting ready, can't wait.
Hope that last batch of storms missed you today.
Hopefully we are done for a while.

George said...

Our day lilies haven't bloomed yet, although our lilies have just started. I'm not sure we'll have a day lily with blossoms as large as yours, however. You must be giving your plants vitamins.

NitWit1 said...

Love your garden. Wish I was still able to do some gardening. I'll have to post our remaking of the yard. I have pictures. We basically keept shrubs and roses, hanging baskets and whiskey barrels.

I only bought 2 Knockout Roses, (yellow and red). They make big shrubs, almost trees. Right now one is in a whiskey barrel until it becomes too big. The other is still in original pot, blooming.

I have been told they need little care. Kinda like the roses we have retained. Some were on the property when we moved here.

Elizabeth said...

Oh, Pat, your photographs are so beautiful. You have a real gift. x

Rose said...

Oh, my goodness, these are beautiful. This is the first time I have seen the oak leaf hydrangea...it is different. And I always love day lilies and Asiatic lilies.