August Flowers in Bloom

I want to share a little of our summer color with you!

monarch

monarch

yellow meteor echinacea

yellow meteor echinacea

weigelia

weigelia

tansy

tansy

surprise lily

surprise lily

stokes aster

stokes aster

jethro tull coreopsis

jethro tull coreopsis

Lobelia

Lobelia

moonbeam coreopsis

moonbeam coreopsis

rudbeckia

rudbeckia

st johns wort

st johns wort

Helio Coreopsis

Helio Coreopsis

gaura

gaura

frittilary on bee balm

frittilary on bee balm

forget me nots

forget me nots

delphinium

delphinium

echinacea

echinacea

echinops

echinops

echinacea

echinacea

Crocosmia Lucifer

Crocosmia Lucifer

autumn colors rudbeckia

autumn colors rudbeckia

amaranth

amaranth

crimson pirate daylily

crimson pirate daylily

coreopsis

coreopsis

ajuga

ajuga

butterfly weed

butterfly weed

autumn fire sedum

autumn fire sedum

*** This personal blog is comprised solely of the opinions, views, projects, and travels of its author, Stacey Morgan Smith. She is lucky enough to have loving family and friends whom she drags along with her on her adventures and whom she puts to work on her little farm. She uses this blog to help promote living in the mountains of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, from Roanoke to the Potomac River.**

2 comments to August Flowers in Bloom

  • Karen Moore

    Stacy, I was reading an old post from you on campion. Two weeks ago we were on Skyline Drive and saw an ivory color flower shaped like an upside down cup, about as big around as a pinky finger. It looked a bit like this campion, only without those little white flowers tucked up in the cup. Do you know what it was that we saw?

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