Sunday, July 27, 2014

Sunday Morning Bliss

Echinacea purpurea, Schizachyrium scoparium 'the Blues', Helianthus maximiliani, Clamagrostis acutifolia 'Karl Foerster' and Rhus typhina 'Balitiger'.
Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Firetail', Eupatorium purpurea, and Rudbeckia hirta.
Nepeta 'Walkers Low', Ruellia humilis, Salvia azurea, Symphyotrichum ericoides, and Salvia farinacea.


19 comments:

  1. It's looking beautiful, Greggo! Definitely bliss!

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  2. Such beautiful plant combinations and colors.
    Looks like there is no room for any weeds to get in between.

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  3. Beautiful blooms!! I adore the 'Walker's Low'- mine is huge!!! The bees are having a field day on it!

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  4. Greggo; source for the Firetail persicaria? Great plant!

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  5. Looks beautiful! I love how you mix the perennials and grasses in your beds. They always look full and interesting, but never messy or "weedy".

    Cynthia

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  6. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing the pic's.

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  7. Wow! Looks like the whole band is playing! Great closeups. David/:0)

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    1. Yesterday I counted 9 varieties of butterflies floating about. Including Monarch.

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  8. Hey Greg, that's just beautiful. I'd like to grow the Persicaria 'Firetail', but I've never seen it for sale anywhere here. I guess I would need to order it. Then, I'd need to find a place to put it. Ha! How's the weather where you are? We got rain! Amazing summer full of good things.~~Dee

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    1. Dee, yes the rains and temperatures surely are grand. Thanks for visiting. The Persicaria was purchased in Wichita on discount. I will have to see if they still carry them. The foliage isn't anything to write home about however.

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  9. What a beautiful assortment of plants! It looks really natural and harmonious. I really think the Firetails are the crowd favorites because they really look stunning, especially with the close ups. Thank you for sharing those lovely photographs. Wishing you all the best!

    Gwendolyn Reyes @ Tapestry

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  10. Just incredible! My aster ericoides was miserable in too much shade so I pulled it. I just love how lush and cohesive this planting is. :o)

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    1. My ericoides is full of leaf rust.

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