June... and even the end of May mean some of the most beautiful flowers of my gardens here at Red Gate Farm... although this year the backdrop has mostly been dirt due to the new lawn project still in the works, the flowers still are beautiful.
Blooms of various colors and sizes.
Some blooming for the first time ever like these three.
Pretty in the morning light.
I think this my Sarah Bernhardt..
The iris' that were replanted along the retaining wall last year did well. Tall yellow.
And smaller purple.
Lupines, love lupines. What a happy looking flower.
My clematis gets better and better every year. I think I'm supposed to prune it but it does so well I hesitate.
It was really covered in blooms.
This one is Winchester Cathedral.
And Bolero's buds even look good with a dirt background!
I think I like the Queen of Sweden best.
Although it there was a Queen of Norway I'm sure it would be my favorite.
I definitely like the English roses with the high petal counts the best.
So hopefully I can catch up on a bit of blog posting but it's hard to compete with spending time with Miss Bee!
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