May Blooms.

The month of May has seen Our Garden@19 blessed with high temperatures by day, cool nights and thunderstorms.

The surviving flowers have put on a wonderful show.

Hopefully some of these will continue to flower for our NGS opening on June the 9th and 10th, to be joined by more still to come.

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How has your garden survived the May weather?

30 thoughts on “May Blooms.

      1. Cool! I have the same thing, but have not positively identified it yet. I have always known it as bearded iris. Some know it as grape pop iris. It has been around longer than anyone can remember. It came from my great grandmother’s garden.

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      2. It is not that much more blue than the others. Those that are close to the others are not easily distinguished. They all look sort of blue. Even the variegated form, which I do not have here, looks about the same color, except of course for the variegated portions of the leaves.

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  1. Looking good Brian. Your garden will delight your visitors for sure. I think if anything May has been better here than I’ve known it for many years. The hard winter maybe helped? Apart from the rabbits of course..

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  2. Some beautiful blooms Brian. The wisteria is breathtaking. We’ve had similar weather but have escaped the thunderstorms. Hope that your open gardens are a success and that the weather gods behave next weekend.

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