Sunday, November 15, 2009

Bloomday, November 2009

Bloomday is the 15th of each month - the day garden bloggers share what is blooming in their gardens. This delightful idea was started by Carol, of May Dreams Gardens.

Here's what's blooming in the Mulchmaid's garden on November 15, 2009, in alphabetical order.

Above, achillea "Paprika JC Select.'

Below, agastache hybrida 'Acapulco Orange.'

I was excited to see the camellia x 'Winter's Snowman' in bloom already.

The last of the coreopsis 'Zagreb.'

Fatsia Japonica, still going strong.

Fuchsia magellanica macrocarpa.

Mahonia nervosa.
Technically not a bloom, but these beautiful berries are hanging on the malus 'Prairiefire.'

Nasturtium volunteer in the tomato barrels.

An unknown rose.

Rudbeckia, blooming on through the rain in Portland.

Happy Bloomday, all!


  1. I love those berries on the malus, and that camelia is gorgeous. I saw a mahonia this weekend I was super tempted by. I didn't realize how varied they are. The one I saw had long skinny green leaves. Cool plant, I like the purple leaves.

  2. Hi Jane! Thanks for visiting my blog. I have never been able to grow fuchsias. I liked your last post too- your garden is beautiful!

  3. Wow I need to get a Camellia that blooms this time of year, that would make me so happy! And I too love your Mahonia...very nice! So...did you make it to the Huntington Gardens last weekend?

  4. Lovely, lovely. amazing to have a foxglove blooming now. looks like there will be a sudden rush to buy camelias after this post.


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