What’s blooming?

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This week at the Casa River gardens…

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Pink Astible. Guaranteed woodchuck proof, they hate it.

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A new hot pink bee balm I just planted. Dark red and purple are common, this one is as bright as a peony.

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My little rose is hanging in, but not quite as full as previous years. Fertilizer is on the shopping list.

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The geraniums are wonderful this year. Our local nursery is about to have a half price sale. This could be dangerous.

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A line of Stella Doro day lilies. Smaller than other varieties but still a nice burst of color.

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17 thoughts on “What’s blooming?”

  1. Wonderful, they all look just wonderful! I went this weekend to Lowes to try and find a weed eater with no luck. Instead I went to the clearance section of the nursery about bought five plants for less than $16. Which includes a rosemary bush and my longed for honeysuckle.

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  2. Gorgeous blooms! The day lilies my father gave me, that have traveled from Kansas (’80s) to Washington to Idaho (2005) to Vermont (2021) just bloomed. Whew. It’s been a good year for flowers so far, both wild and in the yard, even in pots on my deck. I’m still getting used to not having to water stuff after living in Idaho’s dry climate!

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  3. Despite the drought, you are blooming flowers at almost the abundance of Trump’s blooming idiots. Hopefully, America can survive the reign of Trump as well as Casa River has survived the lack of rain in Maine.

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  4. These are all so pretty. Laughing at the Woodchuck proof!
    I love geraniums, but here they do best in the cooler weather or at least in shade during (all) the hot months. Our gardening systems/time/weather are so opposite.

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