Sunday, May 27, 2007

Sunday Survey 4


BULB PERENNIALS
Globe Allium, Allium
Daffodil, Narcissus white petals with orange trumpet

PERENNIALS
Alpine Aster, Aster alpinus 'Blue Sky Beauty' * ?
Bigroot Geranium, Geranium macrorrhizum ‘Ingewersen’s Variety’
Bugleweed, Ajuga reptans
Chinese Lanterns, Physalis alkekengi *
Chives, Allium schoenoprasum
Clematis, Clematis 'Warszawska Nike' *
Clematis, Clematis 'Niobe' *
Columbine, Aquilegia blue and red varieties
Coral Bells, Heuchera
Coreopsis, Coreopsis auriculata * ?
Cranesbill, Geranium ??? * ? (photo above)
Cushion Spurge, Euphorbia polychroma
Daisy, Leucanthemum
Dead nettle, Lamium * this week, the white variety is in bloom
False Indigo Baptisia lactea or Baptisia leucantha * ?
Irish Moss, Sagina subulata *
Lily of the Valley, Convallaria
Lungwort, Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'
Myrtle, Vinca minor
Oriental poppy, Papaver The remaining blossoms are fading fast.
Peony, Paeonia lactiflora
Salvia, Salvia * ?
Solomon's Seal, Polygonatum
Spiderwort, Tradescantia virginiana * ?
Strawberries, Fragaria
Violets, Viola
Yellow Loosestrife, Lysimachia punctata *

SHRUBS
Dwarf Korean lilac, Syringa meyeri

SELF-SEEDING ANNUALS
Bachelor Buttons, Centaurea cyanus * ?
Violas, Viola

Plants marked with an asterisk bloomed for the first time since the previous Sunday Survey. Question marks indicate that I am making my best guess. I will make corrections if I ever find the labels that came with those plants.

2 comments:

kris said...

You have a ton of stuff blooming! How fun! My coreopsis, coral bells, hybrid columbines, and Niobe clematis aren't blooming yet. Bet your gardens look great!

peter hoh said...

Thanks. There is a lot blooming, but I'm not sure it's all displayed as well as it could be. My garden is a hodge-podge. Wish that before I started planting, I had a bobcat come in and shape everything. Instead, one bed led to another, and now I've got to try to give it structure and shape without bulldozing all the plants out of the way.

The clematis -- both of them -- are too close together, and have outgrown every trellis I've put there. I wish I had built an 8 foot tall arched entrance, and put one on each side. Oh well, the plants are there even if the grand entrance isn't.

The coreopsis -- I got the early bloom without really planning for it. It's in a raised bed that is supposed to be for asparagus and greens. Well, the asparagus never took off like I had hoped, and last fall I used the other half for an emergency holding bed for some divisions and transplants, one of which was the coreopsis.