Sunday, June 23, 2013

June Blooms

There's lots blooming in the garden right now but I want to share just a few for Macro Monday 2,
I ♥ Macro and Mosaic Monday.
Clematis 'Hyde Hall' is a new white variety I planted last year in the moon garden.  It is a Raymond Evison selection and put out a good showing of flowers this year.
Foxglove 'Candy Mountain' has flowers that tilt up as opposed the usual downward facing blooms.
The first of the water lilies in the pond.  
Pop over to the hosting blogs for more macro shots and collages.

35 comments:

  1. These are so lovely!!! Thank you for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  2. Lovely flowers, the waterlily and the clematis are my favorites. Beautiful photos!

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  3. Your white clematis is very pretty. I bet it does brighten up a dark corner. Valerie

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  4. Your clematis is just lovely, I have tried and tried to grow one with no luck. I dearly love them. Enjoy your garden, Kathy

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  5. This is such a wonderful time for blooms in the garden, lots of choice and colour. LOve the foxglove, a plant I don't have in my garden.

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  6. Lovely photos. Do the clematis bloom the first year you plant them? I want one of those so bad. They are so pretty.

    Judy

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  7. I like the white clematis. My little white water lily is blooming too. This variety is so delicate and pretty.

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  8. You have such a beautiful variety of flowers. The foxglove has markings like an orchid...I never noticed that before. Love the water lily, too!

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  9. Beautiful!! LOVE the water lily- they are so exotic !

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  10. Gorgeous macro and mosaic photography of nature's beautiful blooms ~ Lovely ~ ^_^

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  11. Beautiful! Love the last one..the collage. Nicely done!

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  12. I love your white clematis, Judith. And your water lilies are perfect.

    My clematis are blooming the best they ever have. I guess due to our very mild winter?

    Hope you have a lovely week.

    G

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  13. so lovely - I particular like the clementis and the waterlilly. Your clementis are similar, but not quite, to a native variety we have in the forests of our south west.
    Have a wonderful week.

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  14. Three of my favorites! I have all of them--except in different colors. Your photos are gorgeous!

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  15. Such lovely photos, Judith. The flowers are breathtaking!!
    xo

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  16. Gorgeous flowers! These are all among my big favorites.

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  17. The variety of structure in flowers really is remarkable.

    Glad you like my brick wall post!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  18. Lovely shots. The Clematis is beautiful and I see plenty more buds there also.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  19. That Clematis looks huge! I wish that I had more luck growing them. Would love to take a walk in your moon garden. It sounds so lovely...

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  20. What a pretty clematis! I'll bet it looks fantastic in your moon garden. I adore the water lily. I imagine you really love your pond. Have a great week, Judith!
    Hugs, Beth

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  21. Your garden flowers are just gorgeous!

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  22. Hi, I just stumbled over your lovely blog! It is always nice to find another person with the same interests, in your case gardening and Afternoon Tea. I just love your white clematis!
    Christina

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  23. Judith I love the white clematis and the color of that foxglove are gorgeous.

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  24. Again a beautiful gardenflower post. I love them all. Have a nice week

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  25. Beautiful!!!! [and I loved being with you at your tea party!]

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  26. Beautiful flowers and I love the tea post.... Michelle

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  27. A foxglove that tilts UP! Now that's a swell idea!

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  28. Fantastic shots. Lovely flowers. I would just love having waterlilies...makes me dream of Monet's beautiful paintings!
    Karen

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  29. I really like your variety of flowers. Especially your white water lily is my favorite. I like its modesty.

    Suddenly we had heavy rain yesterday during this dry rainy season. Unfortunately it caused landslides in the south of Nara.

    Hope you enjoy beautiful summer.
    Tomoko

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  30. i love the waterlily bloom! Beautiful mosaic, Judith.

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  31. These are lovely photos and blooms! I bet that your garden in heavenly this time of year.

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