Here is what’s blooming in the danger garden on June 15th…Callistemon ‘Clemson’ above. Just planted this year and it’s only about 8” off the ground but has 6 fabulous little blossoms.
Unknown shrub/bush, we inherited these with the house, I have no idea what they are and would really appreciate an ID. The fragrance is strong and slightly pungent. They are very large (an overall shot would have been nice wouldn’t it?) and deciduous. Unknown and inherited Day lily – love the burnt orange color.
Eryngium planum ‘Blue Hobbit’ I especially love these flowers at this stage before they start turning blue.
Eryngium agavifolium, the bloom spike is just getting started; it will reach at least 3 ft. The bees love them.
Eryngium planum ‘Sea Holly’ so blue that I’ve been asked if I paint them.
Euphorbia ‘Martini’, fresh euphorbia blooms in June!
Hebe Red Edge, I really like these Hebe much better when they are not blooming. I'm weird that way, a lot. In fact I've got a Hosta that would already be blooming but I keep cutting off the bloom stalks, they just ruin the look for me!
Kniphofia ‘Green jade’ the green is starting to fade to yellow but still a striking flower. In my experience these keep on producing new bloom spikes for months.
Lupine, just one little bloom so far, but since I love these for their foliage that’s just fine with me.
Hesperaloe parviflora - red yucca. The best thing about these flowers is that they last forever. It’s been going strong for a month now and showing no signs of fading.
Scadoxus multiflorus, this is another power house that just keeps going and going.See what is blooming in others gardens by visiting the blog that started it all May Dreams Gardens