June 26, 2010

What's Blooming This Week

 Clerodendrum bungei is also known as the rose glory bower or Mexican hydrangea. ...

Clerodendrum bungei is also known as the rose glory bower or Mexican hydrangea. It is a small shrub which
is native to China, with interesting scented flowers that appear late in the season. Its foliage is also ornamental.
This plant is hardy to about 5°F (-15°C) but the stems will be damaged below 15°F (-9°C/-10°C).
This shrub has large opposite and roughly serrated leaves, that are 4 to 8 in (10-20 cm) long. When crushed
 or rubbed, leaves emit an unpleasant smell, which explains its other name C. foetidum.
Flowers are pink, scented, have a tubular shape and 4 petals. They are grouped in terminal panicles.
This shrub has inedible berries, which are small and dark blue.
Clerodendrum bungei requiert les expositions suivantes : mi-ombre,lumière,soleil
This plant prefers drained grounds that remain reasonably moist. It likes full sun but will
also grow in partial shade.
This shrub has few ennemies

        Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

        Blushing Bride Hydrangea
The name of this new Hydrangea macrophylla says it all. Pure white blooms with semi-double florets gradually mature to a sweet, pink blush.
Like Endless Summer The Original and Endless Summer Twist-n-Shout, Endless Summer Blushing Bride will add life and love to your garden and home virtually all season long. Reliably blooming on both old and new growth, you can experience the beauty of Blushing Bride again and again, all summer long.

                          Hemerocallis 'Anonymous Gift'

Joiner 94 Dip 24" MLa Evr Re 6" Silver Pink DOUBLE. I picked this beauty up this morning at the local Farmer's Market in Trussville. 

                        Hemerocallis "Unknown Cultivar"

                     The Knockout Roses are putting out a new flush of blooms.

The "Rattlesnake Pole Beans" are in and I picked my first "mess" of beans this week.


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