Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Blooms on Tuesday


This has to be one of my favorite day lilies this summer - Happy Bloom Tuesday!
I want to share with you this MYSTERY flower..... any thoughts on what it might be. The white bloom is spreading like crazy. It is a mid summer bloomer and is about 24" tall with mild fragrant blooms. The Yellow bloomer arrives about the same time of the season put towers over the white spreader. They both enjoy full sun. ANY comments on this MYSTERY BLOOMER would be greatly appreciated.

The white blooms of the WEED ground cover and the hosta blooms I missed while doing some dead heading last week are the only 'blooms' you will see in my fern shade garden. Just had to share this favorite garden from our place.
Awww........
This is the newest baby from our rabbit barn. Isn't she a cutie!
Happy Summer and Thank You for stopping by.

23 comments:

Tracey said...

That bunny is so cute! Sorry, don't know the name of the flowers but they are beautiful...XXX

Bangchik and Kakdah said...

such a nice cute little baby...
~ bangchik

Tatyana said...

Hi Bren! Your lily is pure delight! I like your mistery flower, too! Someone should know its name! And the last addition is adorable.

Grace Peterson said...

Hi~~ Could it be Gooseneck Loosestrife? Your fern garden is lovely. We can never underestimate the beauty of GREEN.

Tootsie said...

your blooms are gorgeous...but that baby is the favorite for me!!! it doesn't get much cuter than this!

Lesley said...

Oh my goodness, how cute is that little baby rabbit?!!!!

Your shade garden is beautiful... a perfect picture of peace.

Your mystery flowers.... I've seen both of these plants before and I can't think of the names! Could the white one be a buddlejah or buddleia, however it's spelt. lol Think I'm going to have to do some googling. :)

Heidi said...

Glad to see you back! Your flowers are gorgeous!

Ilona said...

gooseneck Loosestrife,Lysimachia clethroides I think.

So blessed! said...

Morning Bren,
Oh wow, the flowers and shade garden is gorgeous. Don't know what the mystery flower is, but it sure is pretty.
What kind of camera do you have? Your pictures and blog are just so pretty and inviting.
Have a blessed day.

Anonymous said...

Hi,
Lovely flowers. The white bloom looks like Lysimachia clethroides.
kitty

Msrobin said...

I don't know what the yellow one is, but the white one sure looks like gooseneck loosestrife. It looks pretty, but it does spread quickly and can take over.

Phillip said...

I wish I could identify the flower for you but I'm at a loss. The baby rabbit is so cute!

The Army of Four said...

Beautiful blooms and ooooooooooh, sweet BUNNY!!!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

That bunny is so cute! Your shade garden looks so cool and relaxing. I wish I could sit under that tree right now!
I think the white flower looks like Goosneck Loosestrife too.

darsden said...

beautiful flowers..and that is the cutest bunny I have seen so little!

Autumn Belle said...

I love the picture of the fern shade garden most. It is picture perfect. The like the dangling greens in the background. The baby rabbit is really very cute and lovable.

troutbirder said...

I love that fern patch. I need to try those for my shady garden. ...The rasberry jam looks so yummy!

Phillip said...

Hey I think that plant is Gooseneck Loosestrife. I just saw it on another blog. Take a look here - http://wynedge.blogspot.com/

Mildred said...

Hi Bren, That daylily is gorgeous - what vivid color! No clue on the mystery flower though. The rabbit is so tiny. Your photos are just stunning. Hope you are having a good week.

keewee said...

I love your little bundle of fluff. We rescued a baby wild bunny who had a badly infected eye. I am happy to report, the little one made a full recovery.

The author said...

Beautiful flowers and such a sweet bunny!

Dee Sparks said...

What a cutie that bunny is !!! No idea on your mystery flower?? Thoroughly enjoy your blog daily even when I don't get to comment!!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Gooseneck loosestrife and it spreads by underground rhizomes..everywhere! It is very pretty! That is a cute baby bunny!! :)