Wednesday, 22 August 2007

Late August Blooms At Barleycorn

Pink penstemon
Lilac and white penstemon
Pot of Scotch marigolds, raised from seed
scabious
Rose Arey water lily
annual poppy
Crocosmia Lucifer
Heleniums
Nasturtium
Phlox

12 comments:

meeyauw said...

How lovely. I have wildflowers. They attract so much wildlife. I have never seen many of your flowers here so it's a big treat to view your photos.

chicca2007 said...

I instantly fell in love with your blog!
I love your flowers, and hope to visit Scotland soon!!!
I put a link on my blog to yours, hope you're happy about it...

Blackswamp_Girl said...

Beautiful! I just love those pink penstemons. :)

A wildlife gardener said...

Good morning, meeyauw, and welcome to our little corner of paradise. Although the garden is beginning to have a 'tousled' look about it by this time of year, there are little pockets of colour here and there from the late bloomers :) Thank you for your visit and for the lovely compliments.

Welcome, chicca2007. Thanks for introducing yourself. I'd be happy to exchange with you. I'm glad you like the flowers. I hope you have a lovely visit to Scotland.

Hello again, blackswamp_girl. So lovely to have you revisit the garden. I love penstemons too. I have tried having them in previous years, but they did not survive the winter. Hopefully, they might fare better this time.

smilnsigh said...

Beautiful, as always!

Mari-Nanci

smilnsigh said...

Perhaps your e-mail addy is on your blog, but I'm never able to make them work, even if it is. :-)

Would you please email me at my...
warrrmmm at yahoo dot com, and we can talk about the Gladys Taber books which I'd love to share with you. The ones about the skunk 'Blackberry' which she used to feed on Cape Cod.

Mari-Nanci

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you, smilnsigh, for the lovely compliments. You are very gracious :)

RUTH said...

Every photo is so lovely...I especially love the Penstemon and waterlily. After a week of rain finally had some sun yesterday and spent part of the day deadheading the soggy masses. The roses really took a battering. Still waiting for my late bloomers.
:o)

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you, dear Ruth. I'm still waiting for my butterflies to come. After such a wet June and July we have hardly seen them this summer...same goes for my damsels and dragonflies.

Ruth Welter said...

I especially love the Poppy photo, looks so delicate, like crape paper.

A wildlife gardener said...

The variety of the poppies each year always amazes me, Ruth Welter. Thanks for stopping by :)

Kylee said...

Such a beautiful assortment of flowers you have and you've captured that so well in your photographs.

The penstemons are so pretty!!