I'm a little disturbed it's already the 15th again. Regardless, driving past my house it would appear I have nothing in bloom. O contraire, there are several stubborn bloomers still going at it even with gloomy gray skies and near freezing temperatures awhile back. I decided to make a couple of bouquets for a change, to show you what is blooming in my garden.
In the first bouquet is Zantedeschia aethiopica/Calla Lily, Deppea splendens, Dicentra splendens, Helleborus argutifolius, Tanacetum parthenium aureum, and the flowers of a Graptoveria. Oh, and crammed in the back where you can't see them are Oxalis herrerae. I can't believe my Deppea splendens is still blooming. It just continues to pump out new buds. If you click on the photo it will take you to Flickr where I've tagged all the flowers in the photos, in case you want to match a flower to a name.
This bouquet has Erigeron 'Wayne Roderick', Abutilon 'Nabob', Cuphea viscossisima, Gomphrena decumbens, Wahlenbergia 'Blue Cloud', and Liriope 'Silver Dragon'.
Thanks to May Dreams Gardens for hosting! Happy Garden Blogger's Bloom Day! See you next year!