|Pink Petal Pushers and Red Simplicity roses with hybrid Peace between them.|
|New Dawn Rose and Clematis Etoile Violette|
|Cumberland Azalea (Azalea bakeri)|
|Stella D'Oro daylilies, catmint and Itea 'Little Henry' bloom in front of the Little Indians.|
|Little Indians bed looking up the hill on the east side.|
|Yellow daylilies at the base of a red maple, new houses in back.|
|Front bed by the driveway: creeping phlox, barberry,, white salvia, red yarrow and lavender.|
|Blueberry 'Top Hat' and 'Mara de Bois' strawberries.|
Not much to say except that my garden continues its seasonal growth, and show you its beauty. These are photos taken from the beginning of June through last week. Now in early July the major flush of flowers are done, and the Japanese beetles are decimating the roses. The chiggers have been attacking mercilessly, forcing me to spend less time outdoors.
In another week I'll be flying out to Montana, to be Artist in Residence at Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park. It's a good time to take a vacation from the garden to enjoy and paint the alpine wildflowers at Glacier.