Beginning with a look at the vegetables in containers.
Galahad Mock Orange (above and below) is covered in white fragrant blossoms.
Summer Wine Ninebark is almost finished blooming. So are the peonies, particularly after Wednesday evening's storm.
The Morden Blush hardy rose is full of blooms and buds.
Endless Summer Hydrangea has had a slow start this year. I transplanted it last fall so it will receive more sunlight. It didn't flower at all last year, so this is my effort to induce blooming. That and fertlizer!
I love the juxtaposition of the blazing white of the Snow in Summer against the burgundy of the Rose Glow Barberry.
Evening Scented Stock (matthiola) has grown about 1/2 inch in the last week. I can't wait for it to bloom!
My daughter's dog, Stitch, loves to hang around the pond and the shrubs.
Lastly, we visit the fuchsia in the front yard which has just come into its own this week.
What's blooming in your Fertilizer Friday/Flaunt Your Flowers garden?
Happy Canada Day!!!