This month, I'm trying something different by focusing on just a few colors. Join me as I celebrate the red and orange fiesta blooming in my garden right now.
My neighbor's Campsis radicans is a show unto itself. I love that she's willing to grow, prune and maintain this vision of orange - I get to enjoy it every day with none of the work! It's easy to see why hummingbirds love this vine and it is covered with bees, too.
This might be Crocosmia 'Corona' but I think it's a different, unknown cultivar. Who needs a name when you're this striking?
Abutilon megapotamicum had a tough winter and is only now beginning to bloom.
Callistemon 'Woodlander's Hardy Red'.
Penstemmon pinifolius, loving summer like I do.
Sphearalcea 'Newleaze Coral' was killed to the ground over winter, but has rebounded to put on new growth and flowers again.
Agastache 'Coronado Red'. I can see the A. rupestris heritage in this cultivar.
Hesperaloe parviflora. Okay it's kind of pink but it definitely counts in my book.
And last, the little, cool flowers of Pelargonium sidoides. Yes, they ARE red (if you add a lot of blue.)
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Happy Bloom Day!