Friday, July 21, 2017


 The Arboretum has some nice perennial beds.
 Click for full width. To the right are some rose campion plants. I don't see them very often but I really like the branching form and the bright pink flowers  atop grey-green fuzzy leaves. I had one for a couple of years but our cold winter was too much for it. They also need very good drainage.
The balloon flowers had really big flowers - was it all the rain or a new variety? Quite impressive.
The red beebalm looks good behind the cream daylily.
Sometimes when plants get jumbled together they make a nice arrangement.
Most of the perennials were growing well as they easily use up the abundant rain.

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