Some of what's blooming in my garden this bloom day.
Leucanthemum superbum A.K.A. Shasta Daisy
Clematis ‘Evijohill’ Josephine
Phygelius or Cape Fuchsia
Romneya coulteri / Matilija Poppy
Cytisus battandieri / Pineapple Broom. The flowers smell a little bit like pineapple.
Begonia boliviensis. Yes, a pink one!
Believe it or not, these double primroses are still blooming four months later!
Zantedeschia aethiopica 'White Giant' - White Giant Calla
Eryngium 'Big Blue'
They're baaaack! Abutilon megapotamicum have been blooming for weeks now!
Another abutilon that made it through the winter.
Sarracenia bloom. It's nice that this flower has some modesty and tries to cover up it's reproductive organs!
Pacific Coast Iris 'Patrick's Copper'
This may not count because I only brought it home a week or so ago but Jasminum polyanthum's fragrance makes me smile every time I'm in the vicinity of this plant!
Zonal geranium (Pelargonum) with interesting and vibrant flowers.
Nasturtium 'Hermine Grashoff'
First flush of Brugmansia flowers.
Salvia 'Blue Angel'
Penstemon 'Electric Blue'
Penstemon 'Margarita Bop'
No June bloom day would be complete without at least a couple of roses. ("O my luve's like a red, red rose that's newly sprung in June" and all.)
Garden Bloggers' bloom day is hosted on the fifteenth of each month by Carol at May Dreams Gardens. Click on over there to see what's blooming across the planet!