Spring Blooming Flowers 6-2-2015

Happy Tuesday to you all!

To see what was blooming in 2013 click HERE ~ 2014 click HERE.
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This photo doesn’t do it justice…

A beautiful blend of nepeta (catmint) and lysimachia (moneywort or creeping jenny).

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Sedum ~ not sure of flavor

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I was told this beauty was a large variety of Rhubarb! (rheum)

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Acer japonicum ‘Ed Wood #2’ – Japanese Maple

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Dicentra spectablis ‘alba’ – White bleeding heart

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Clematis – Not sure of flavor

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Rosa x ‘Radrazz’ ~ Knockout rose

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Iris ~ These were huge and beautiful!

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These too!

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Aquilegia vulgaris  ~ Columbine – don’t know flavor.

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I’m stumped again on this mint family. Dang.

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Heucherella (hybrid) ~I think it’s ‘stoplight’

© Ilex ~ Midwestern Plant Girl

5 thoughts on “Spring Blooming Flowers 6-2-2015

  1. You’ve solved an apartment mystery for me – there is some lysimachia/moneywort/Creeping Jenny on one side of the apartment complex, which was about the only thing I couldn’t name around here. Now I know! Thank you!

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