Tour To Garden In The Month Of June

Tour To Garden In The Month Of June

Welcome to my Garden! Here I will show you, was currently booming in USDA area 6A Massachusetts. June is in full swing, that is, peonies and clematis! I am attracted to the cottage garden style, so these are some of my favorite plants to grow. New England weather is known for some crazy fluctuating temperatures. This season, that was really it. An early heat stroke followed by a strangely cold spring, weeks of rain and finally a heat wave. We skipped the days by 75 degrees and went straight to 95 degrees! The Stingy heat is definitely behind her.

My vegetable garden is currently undergoing fundamental renovation before. First the Demolition of the Reconstruction. I’m somewhere in the Middle. With finances, busy schedules and rain delays in the way, it is currently going at a dizzying pace. Usually at this time of year my vegetable garden is filled with cucumbers, salads and cherry tomatoes that can be picked. Unfortunately, this year is different.

I mature by fucusing on container gardening and filling my flower beds with hardy perennials. I still have herbs and vegetables here and there, but I’m definitely not used to that. I pass by and I tell myself that everything will be worth it. I am committed to something bigger and better! Without further ado, here are some pictures of the one that had just blossomed.

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Container filled with proven winners Holy Moly Superbells! Calibrachoa Hybrid, Lantana Lemon Zest Bandana, Dracaena Tips

Hanging Basket with good Winner Superbells on Single Calibrachoa Hybrids and magic carpet Yellow Mecardonia

I was provided with samples of proven winning Superbells on easy to check and test this summer. This year will be available in garden centers next year, so keep an eye on it!

Montego Sunset snapdragons at the front and orange miracle, Thunbergia at the back
I decided to try a few container combinations, each containing a different Vining facility. I use both climbing and Trailing vines. I wanted to change it and try something new. I love all types of flowering vines, so I thought, why not?

Hanging basket with Pink Dipladenia, Lantana lemon zest Bandana and proven winners Luscious Royal Cosmo Lantana

Camara

It does not bloom in this photo, but the sumptuous Royal Cosmo Lantana Camara is beautiful! Breathtaking flowers are a combination of magenta-purple with yellow-orange hues. I was provided with a Probe of proven winners to check and test this summer. This year will be available in garden centers next year.

This container has proven winner Supertunia Picasso in Hybrid purple petunia, Supercal purple petunia, proven winner sweet and light green sweet potato vine. In the back, I wait for my Ruby Moon hyacinth beans to finish germination!

Welcome to my Garden! Here I will show you, was currently booming in USDA area 6A Massachusetts. June is in full swing, that is, peonies and clematis! I am attracted to the cottage garden style, so these are some of my favorite plants to grow. New England weather is known for some crazy fluctuating temperatures.…

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