Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day at Ryan's Garden!

This is my first ever bloom day so please be gentle with me. So, without further ado, here are a few blooms from my garden!


I hope you enjoy!



Pilosella aurantiaca


Scabiosa ochroleuca


Jaminum officinale 'Clotted Cream'



Geum 'Mrs J. Bradshaw'



Eryngium x zabelii 'Jos Eijking'



Epipactis gigantea

14 comments:

  1. AMAZING... I want to join in.
    I always thought that Wednesday was WORDLESS and Tuesday was Bloom Day? Spending the afternoon on my Computer organizing all these photos I have taken. I have a photo over load!

    Great to meet you on Twitter... love your blog.
    Greetings from the Midwest!

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  2. Ooh, I've never seen J. o. 'Clotted Cream.' I'll be on the lookout for it now. With very little imagination your Epipactis blossom quickly morphs into a mask with a personality part ominous, part comical. Nice.

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  3. The blooms are beautiful. Cheers!

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  4. Lovely flowers Ryan. I do like the Pilosella aurantiaca.
    Why dont you pop over to May Dreams gardens and register your GBBD post, you will lots more visitors.

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  5. Some lovely July blooms Ryan :)

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  6. I love the scabious. Clotted cream is a nice Jasmine with a lovely perfume.

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  7. LOL Ryan, you're quite safe ;-) Welcome to GBBD!! Hope we see you again.

    Great blooms BTW... love the depth of colour in the Pilosella and the subtle tones of Scabiosa. I actually love green flowers and the the cream jasmine flowers look quite special too!

    Have a great weekend :-D

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  8. Lovely blooms Ryan, I particularly like the Eryngium x zabelii 'Jos Eijking'
    K

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  9. Pilosella aurantiaca is one of my faves. So easy and so pretty.

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  10. Hiya Ryan,

    Thanks for your comment over at my blog. Plants and flowers are my main inspiration for creating my lamp designs so I will come and visit and see your blooms again!

    Where in Wales are you? I love Wales.

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  11. That pic of Epipactis gigantea has made me weak at the knees, a truly aristocratic plant and a nice, representative photo!

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  12. fantastic blooms Ryan! The Jaminum officinale are so pretty :)

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