What are your summer flowers blooming?


#402

My red hydrangea forgot what color is supposed to be.:smile:


#403

Easy Does It. Does not have that classic rose form nor fragrant. But it is disease resistant and a blooming machine.


#404

Show some of my flowers this year.


#405

Forever Susan lily with a friend (or foe?)


#406

Sophia, all of your flowers are beautiful. Are they all lilies?


#407

That’s some intense color!


#408

@Sophia2017
Love those lotuses.


#409

Sunflowers getting going… Mammoths


#410

nope,roses,clematis, and lotus.


#411

They sparked my hot summer!


#412

Love the color!


#413


#414

Gardenia are really taking off now…the 1st one is more a tree type gardenia that has taken awhile to get going but now has quite a few blooms forming. The smell on this 1st one is amazing. Very strong . Second one is “Buttons” …this one really got set back early this spring (lack of water i think) and i had to prune it back some but its now going again with lots of blooms. Good smell, but not like the big bloom variety.


#415

Maypop! _Passiflora incarnata _
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#416

Hydrangeas tell you the soil Ph by color of flowers.


#417

I really wish I could grow the kind that makes fruit. I’m in zone 8b, but Snow Queen passiflora does NOT die, it grows in the snow!

I assume the south facing beige wall it is growing against keeps it warmer, maybe makes it like zone 9?


#418

What variety is that grey rose?

I wish I could grow a pretty colored water lily here but the store sells ugly pink white.


#419

Beautiful!!!
Yeah I am only growing for the fruit. My wife thinks the flowers are too showy and look like an insect or something LOL


#420

These flowers are about 4 inches across, and the vines are making way up the two store apartment wall. I planted small plant in the ground over 3 years ago. The nursery warned it’s not safe to leave outside here and to take indoors in winter. I didn’t obey. I didn’t do anything. I don’t water or fertilize. It just stays green all winter and then goes nuts in spring and summer through fall! Everyone loves it. It’s a monster!


#421

Does that produce passion fruit like you’d buy in the store? I have some of those seeds from those growing in pots.