posted byStephanieonJuly 15,201012 CommentstagsGarden Bloggers Bloom DayEdit
Here is what’s blooming in my garden this July. Hover over a photo to see the name or click the thumbnail for a larger pic. Enjoy!
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What a lovely collection of blooms.
I like the Centaurea picture best. Such beautiful colors!
Wow! What an amazing collection of beautiful blooms! Can’t decide which I like best…. probably the blue in that hydrangea is fantastic!
Great pictures! I love the blueberry shot, and the daylillies! You have some great blooms right now! Wow! The passion flower is stunning!
What a lovely photo display of your blooms for July. I’m a day behind for Bloom Day.
The only thing blooming in my garden right now is weeds (laugh). Your garden flowers are amazing. Love it!
btw, my Wordless Wednesday photo was a photo of wine aging in a cave. I took the photo while in France.
Oh my, what a beautiful array of pretty flowers.
Love the photos! Your bloom day was much more colourful than mine. That is a TONNE of strawberries. Yum.
Beautiful blooms Stevie, I love it! The Lilies are gorgeous. Oh and thanks for the strawberry jam recipe, I might have to try that. I don’t know if I’ll have enough strawberries from the garden, they’re starting to bloom but not enough for a jar of jam! By the way how did you do the thumbnail for your garden photos?
Priscilla, you are welcome for the recipe – hopefully you get some strawberries soon. I use wordpress and insert a gallery of photos as opposed to adding each photo one by one.
Looks great… love the passion flower! Larry
I love the layout you do with your pictures- everything looks so bright and colorful!
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