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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Garden Coreopsis Daylily Yarrow Coneflowers

Some shots of a few of the blooms going on here. Weather has been a little better this week. Doesn't look like it's here for long and back to the heatwave. 

Coreopsis Moonbeam, always does well here and once it starts blooming it doesn't stop until after the snows. I keep this in several places in the yard. Can't believe the height it got this year but most people are saying their plants grew taller than usual with the amount of rain we've had.

A peach daylily. Unfortunately I couldn't get a good shot of how pretty this is with the deeper colored centers with the sun where it was.

A closer shot of the Yarrow. Have this several places also, but I noticed this one is so dense it will need split up next Spring.

Numerous blooms opening up in the Coneflower and Daisy bed. This should be a riot of color soon since I have numerous types of Coneflowers here. Just added a Coreopsis Sunray to the center front there and notice it's leaning some. Will go out and stake it up for now. Have a nice day.


35 comments:

Kim-A Creative Spirit said...

What beautiful flowers... LOVING the peach daylily too......

Aerie-el said...

Looks like snapshots of the sun throughout your garden! I don't have many yellow or peach colored flowers, but clearly I need to add some for that extra touch of sun.

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

Thanks so much for stopping by The House on the Corner!!

I just recently added a Yorkie to my family. I'm looking forward to reading your tips!

Raffaella said...

Symphony in yellow!

Lona said...

You have some very pretty yellows today. How do you keep your Moonbeam coreopsis standing up. Mine flops onto the ground. Yours looks so pretty.

Let'sMakeADifference said...

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Diane said...

Everything looks lovely. At first I thought your daylilies were 'Stello D'Oro' but I can see they are peach. It's frustrating trying to show colours sometimes. SO pretty.

You have lots of lovely yellow going on!

milka said...

Everything seems to come to live in your garden. Suddenly so green. The flowers in the first pic is so beautiful.

Bootjack Gardener said...

Your yellow yarrow is such a soft and pretty color!

greggo said...

thanks for your comments on mellow yellow. Looks like you've got a little mellow yellow going on too. lol.

scottweberpdx said...

As lovely as all the flowers that are blooming are...I get even more excited by the flowers that are still in bud...so much promise!

Malar said...

Pretty collection of yellow flowers! I never seen a yarrowflowers before!

Clytie said...

I love the yellow yarrow! Ours are bright white.

Some of our flowers are taller than usual as well this year, because of the excessive rain this spring/early summer. Unfortunately that means the grass is higher, the weeds are higher, and the blackberry vines are taking over the world!

dorothy said...

I really like all the yellows in your garden. I have often seen 'Moonbeam' coreopsis in the garden centers and now that I see how lovely it is in your garden, I think I can find a place somewhere in my garden for it!

Zoey said...

nice variety of yellow shades. I once had that coreopsis and after seeing yours, I now miss it.

Darla said...

I have never seen a coreopsis grow that dense, tall yes. Lovely yellows today.

cajunlicious said...

Thanks for visiting from the hop, happily following you back!
- Jessica @ http://cajunlicious.com

Paul From Alabama said...

Loved your blooms, especially your coreopsis, I like your "Moonbeam", and I grow also, "Creme Bruleee" and "Zahgreb" too.....My Zahgreb and Creme Brulee is already to be cut back already for another round of blooms...Creme Bruleee is a good repeater for me seems like. Thanks for inviting me into your garden.

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi there, I popped over from Tracie's party too... love your pretty gardens, especially your yellow yarrow... I only have red, and would love to add some yellow... xoxo Julie Marie

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Me again... I am your newest follower!... xoxo Julie Marie

deborah said...

thanks for stopping by! I am now a follower!

Trisha said...

The daylilies are definitely my favorite! My grandma always had s lot of them when I was little-they bring back happy memories! Thanks for stopping by!!

~Trisha

Fabiana said...

Lovely blog! Thanks for visiting Ciao Newport Beach. I am now following you too!

ciao!

Christine @ Stonehouse Living said...

Hi Cher,

Thanks for dropping by today!!
It is so nice to meet another hosta collector...
Your gardens look so lush and green. I love all the yellow featured in this post. So bright and happy!! I'm a new follower too!
All the Best,
Chrisitne

sweetbay said...

Your Coreopsis Moonbeam looks great. I had Zagreb for several years but haven't managed to keep Moonbeam alive.

Monica said...

My echinacea are still all green and I am anxiously awaiting for them to bloom. You seem to have quite a collection. Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting.
Monica

mississippi artist said...

Your flowers are all lovely. I was reading in the previous post about your endless summer hydrangea- they are sooo slow growing!Thanks for following, I am now following your lovely blog.

Melynda said...

Looking forward to seeing the daisy bed when everything opens up! thanks for following, and I am following back. Have a great day!

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

Your yellows are beautiful. I have coreopsis growing but it is not that pretty soft moonbeam. I'll have to look for that one.

Donna Heber said...

I just adore your beautiful blooms! What a wonderful group of coreopsis and daylilies. My first coneflower just came out this week so I can't wait to see yours.

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Beautiful yellow theme! Hope you have many nice sunny day but not the scorching ones.

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Hi Cher!

What a BEAUTIFUL garden you have...I hope mine is as full as yours one day. I used to have the 'moonbeam' in the city and hope to have few here one day...they're a wonderful plant that makes you smile. Looking forward to seeing more of your garden!
Have a great weekend.
Maura:)

ImSoVintage said...

Your garden is yummy. We are getting big storms today. The rain is great for my garden, but I could definitely do without the thunder and lightening. I found and followed you through the over 40 blog hop. I would love to have you visit me.

http://www.imsovintage.blogspot.com/

Laura

elaine rickett said...

such a neat garden - not a weed in sight

Cottage Dome said...

Beautiful garden. Thanks for sharing it.