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Suddenly Spring

 2,000 blog post - a nice round number. Here are some blooms around the rectory garden. The prayer garden is a little immature, but the plants there are growing!

 

Background to foreground: akebia vine, nepeta, bearded iris, sky pencil boxwood, New Dawn climbing rose, white rugosa rose, creeping thyme, shasta daisies, Russian sage, various heirloom roses, Husker's red penstemon
Background to foreground: akebia vine, nepeta, bearded iris, sky pencil boxwood, New Dawn climbing rose, white rugosa rose, creeping thyme, shasta daisies, Russian sage, various heirloom roses, Husker's red penstemon.

 

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Walker's Low nepeta has thrived everywhere I've planted it. This is a three year old specimen.

 

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Lupine from seed.

 

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Fourth of July Climbing Rose

 

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Yarrow, yellow and red

 

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Hops. For a couple of years, this plant puttered along. I think this year it's making it's move!

 

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Three year old Julia Child rose. Extremely fragrant. Deep rich yellow flowers and dark green leaves.

 

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John Paul II rose. He and Julia have been good neighbors.



 

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