may-flower-red-roseI have shared my April Blooms, and my May Blooms, now it’s time for June Blooms.

This is a transition period in my garden , since all the earlier blooms are passed their blooming time, and there are fewer perennial blooming plants as we get deeper into the summer season.   I have been busy planting summer annuals, to add a splash of color to the remaining foliage, but they will not be ready for pictures until later in the season.

Here is my South side flower patch:


These are my June Blooms:

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Nigella (Love-in-the-Mist) plant and Nigella flower

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Daylilies and Roses                    Daylily flower

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Foxglove plant and Foxglove flowers

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Ice Plant   and Ice Plant flower

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White Daisy Chrysanthemum plant and Chrysanthemum flowers

Now you know how this Suburbangrandma relaxes in her free time….wait a minute…..what free time?

I hope you are enjoying my posts and the beauty of my flowers!

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8 Responses

  1. Suzy

    July 2nd, 2009 at 12:35 am


    Wow, your flowers look wonderful. I know how your days are spent…..

  2. Diana

    July 2nd, 2009 at 11:30 am


    I love looking at pictures of your garden and hope that one day I’ll be able to have one of the same. Your neighborhood must be so much more vibrant because of you. These colors are amazing. Thanks for always stopping by :) Have a great 4th of July weekend!! And a safe one too!

  3. Suburban Grandma

    July 2nd, 2009 at 5:11 pm


    Thank you Diana. You always leave me such nice comments. I’m sure you and the girls will love having a garden, because it is so much fun to watch plants grow from a seed to a full grown plants which produce fruit or vegetables. Many of my neighbors have flower patches, and some have vegetable gardens.
    I do enjoy reading your posts on and
    Have a great 4th of July as well!!!

  4. Suburban Grandma

    July 2nd, 2009 at 5:20 pm


    Thank you.
    From reading your posts, I can imagine what keeps you busy…..very busy
    Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog and always leaving a nice comment.
    Have a fun summer, now that school is out.

  5. Olga from AWS

    July 28th, 2009 at 8:59 pm


    Awe… I contemplated these pictures the other day and now that I came across this post again, I just couldn’t help telling:

    This is an AMAZING GARDEN! Well done!

    PS: and I am SO jealous of your red roses… they are gorgeous!

  6. Suburban Grandma

    July 29th, 2009 at 6:40 pm


    Thank you very much for a beautiful compliment. I love flowers, and enjoy tending to my flower patches.

    My red roses actually do have a very sweet fragrance, unlike most of the purchased ones (maybe because they are free of any pesticides)

  7. cations

    October 16th, 2011 at 5:27 pm


    All of this flower are very nice.It make me very happy.I will make a garden where will have all type of flowers.But i don’t know more about gardening.If you describe about gardening i can make a garden like you.

  8. Suburban Grandma

    October 19th, 2011 at 7:22 pm


    I am not sure what you are searching for.
    I am sure you will create a beautiful garden for yourself as well.
    Good luck.

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