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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Black and White Sunday Part 1

Climbing Iceberg Roses


Iris growing in the weeds along the road by Uncle Ledge's Pond

Hydrangea Shamrock

Brugmansia

Coreopsis "Salsa Jive" only an annual in these parts. White with dark burgundy center. Absolutely gorgeous. So glad I took a picture before they all sold out.

Supertunia silverberry. Talk about an agressive petunia. This basket had verbena and bacopa in it but all you see now is the petunia.

Cerastium " snow in summer"

Viburnum "Wentworth"
I know it looks like a lacecap hydrangea!!!

Last week after deadheading the roses. Some were still so nice yet had to be cut so before they went in the compost bucket I gathered the best ones and gave them one last chance to "Shine" and show off.

My little pensive child. I love the way he has his hand on his cheek.....but now that I look at it???.....it looks like he's on his cell phone. Well that's not very romantic.......unless his talking to his sweetie. lol
Peony

Dicentra "Luxuriant" short, blooms in the summer and keeps it's fern like foliage unlike spectabilis ( old fashion type)~ wonderful plant for the shade. And last but not least Wiegela " Variegata" growing in the garden at the greenhouse. Light pink flowers......very showy and once it's done flowering the variegated leaves still shine through.
Have a great Sunday!!!!
Carole

11 comments:

Bonnie said...

oh I love these pictures in black and white...so nice to see.....you don't need colour at all in this garden.
Nice evening

Crinoline said...

Beautiful flowers, wish I was a better gardener....have a nice week,Carole

Chrissy said...

Oh Carole, those photos are so lovely...how nice would they be framed in black??? Thanks so much for coming by, it took me a long time to decide to post something personal, but I am so proud of Meg I thought just this once!!! Another busy week ahead,have a good one,talk soon,Chrissy

Anne Marie said...

Considering I posted only a meager 2 photos, you already topped me, but after looking at your compositions in your photography....one word: you are good,
well, 3 words ;)

Rosemary said...

Hi Carole,
Please read my blog, and email me with your address, you have won my giveaway!!
Yay!
Rosemary

Laura said...

Beautiful pics....Carole! And congrats on your win!
See you Saturday!
Laura

Bleudelavande said...

Hi Carole, wonderful black and white post!!!
Tank you for leaving such lovely comment. A holiday in the south of Italy may be an idea!!!???
Have a nice week

lou said...

What a lovely post, I love black and white together.

Enjoy the rest of the week!

Love Lou xxx

Les Cotrions said...

Hello my friend! Thanks so much for your nice comment! Your B&W post is so beautiful! I like it!!! Your flowers are stunning...I'm a bit gelous!!! The climbing hidrangea of your previous post is faboulous...I've never seen it!
Wish you a very nice day!
Warm greetings
Vale

Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

Hello Carole
So pleased to be able to catch up with your blog again! 3 weeks is a long time without a computer... Your previous postis of great inspiration to me and when I read it and saw the pictures I said: Yes that's it! You see the wysteria that grew against the house died this winter and I have been trying to decide on what I should plant to replace it. Climbing Hydrangea it is! So thank you Carole. Decision finally made. Paula's house looks beautiful... I like your black and white photos, very artistic!
Take care
Isabelle x

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

Thank you so much for stopping by - these photos are SO LOVELY!!! I love that they are in black and white!
Your blog is very beautiful and soothing.
May I ask what Maynard stands for? Thats a family name for me. You don't often hear it.
PS I can NOT spell either!!!!

Love the music - my daughters name is Amélie!!!!