June Blooms

Gorgeous delphinium, campanula, roses, penstemon, and digitalis are brightening our days at Coppertop.

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4 thoughts on “June Blooms

  1. March, I am in awe. If I were a hummingbird, I wouldn’t waste a second zipping over to your garden and partaking of the bountiful nectar. Penstemon intrigues me, I’d definitely like some for my garden.

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    • Hope you are enjoying your garden today as well, Sabine. I’m relatively new to penstemons and have found them to be faithful, easy, expanding perennials. Yes, the hummingbirds and butterflies are feasting here, and their company is a balm!

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  2. Your delphiniums are outstanding. I would grow them if I didn’t have to stake them, but I’m too lazy a gardener. ;-D Love that penstemon, too, everything looks quite abundant!

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