Well here it is the second week in July, 2011. A lace cap Hydrangea blooms.
The cultivated varieties of Day lilies are now blooming following the Roadside Day lilies.
A very common version of a Butterfly Bush blooms. Inside its shrubbery, two Catbirds have built a very tidy nest and are raising four little chicks.
A delicate vine climbs the Quince tree and entwines a painted birdhouse.
A new plant to the garden, the Asclepias Incarnata (Swamp Milkweed) blooms pink.
Daises surround the mailbox.
Another new flowering perennial.
The deepest Red Day Lily.
The classic double Day Lily.
A very old species Lemon Yellow Day Lily.
The Clivias did very well this year again, with one of them producing two huge clusters of orange.
The propagation pot with a bloom.
A very nice spray of Florettes from the Yellow Butterfly bush.