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June at the Farm, 2

Posted by gardenbug Canada zone 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 10, 09 at 15:29

There are clematis beginning to bloom at last.

Tiny Lord herschell.

Dawn

Crispa, smaller than a thimble.

My early mystery white one:

And here is my Gillian Blades, not likely to bloom this year because of lots of die back from the cold winter.

In the flats there is lots of color!

Buds on a young native tree.

Thalictrum Black Stockings

The Dictamnus in an island bed is in flower too.


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

I've enjoyed all your picture, GB! I looked for a dictamnus while I was poking around on Plant Delights, but they didn't have one!

You must have a magic wand to keep up with it all!

Saucy


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

I love Gillians teutur(sp?) anyway it sure is pretty.

Your hostas all looks so fresh.

I think I would like to try the Thalictrum Black Stockings, and maybe some dictamnus too .


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

I think Gillian's tuteur is very elegant! I bought that clematis a couple of years ago for a friend who has a daughter named Gillian. I wonder if it survived - Pam is very good at killing plants :-) I'll have to remember to ask about it....


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

That tuteur is to die for, 'bug! Even your hostas look wonderful accompaniments to the rest of the lovely plants - such a delight!

-cindy


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

Nice to see some clematis blooms, and one of your tuteurs. That photo looks so Victorian...love it.


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

Marie, I know I looked at this thread, but I must of been out of time, I thought I had left a comment. Especially since I just love so many of your plants. That white Dictamnus and the mystery white clematis are so pretty. That's one of the prettiest tuteurs I've seen. All your hostas look so fresh and carefree. I guess you don't battle slugs, like Kathy. I like the combo with the primula and what looks like a small Full Moon Maple. Thanks for sharing!


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

Maie, looks like June is bursting out all over at your place. I really like the tuteur, too.


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

I think every spot of your farm is well tended and lovely.
Nice blooms on the Thalictrum. I didn't see a one on mine. Mine is the common T. aquilegifolium.


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

So there you are! :) Marian, only in photos does everything look well tended. Photos lie. ;) (Except Deanne's!)


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RE: June at the Farm, 2

Things are looking very lush and soothing. I've looked for the white dictamnus and only have found the pink. You've done a great job with the photography and hiding the untended parts ;o) I enjoy your gardens very much.

Michelle


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