Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Big Blooms


Here is just one Little Lamb panicle. The Little Lamb Hydrangeas did most well at Old Farm this summer producing enormous blooms that cascaded over our rock wall and in front of the garden shed.


These Nikko Blue blooms are the size of basketballs and very impressive since many of this variety did not survive the harsh winter we had...except these big beauties.


The Sweet Autumn Clematis has nearly blanketed our bordering fence in its third year! There is one plant for every ten feet of fence.




One of two newly planted Standard Pee Gee Hydrangeas came with many blooms ready to burst open...


and our new vintage brass sundial ($10.00 on ebay) keeps time for us outside now.

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