June Garden-Link up for Garden Tour

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The purple is starting to fade from my spring garden and I know that just around the corner there will be a lot more yellow. For now, here is the last of my Siberian Iris to bloom. It’s called “Pink Haze.”
This is my catmint. It seems to be a favorite among the others who have joined the Garden Tour and it is one of my favorites too. It’s such an easy plant to grow and it has such a long bloom period.
Cranesbill Geraniums are another plant, like catmint, that are so easy to grow and bloom for such a long time. I have a couple of varieties, this fuchsia color…

and white.
The peonies are blooming this week! I had to run around and cut most of them prior to a big rainstorm on Friday so we are mostly enjoying them inside.

The plant in the foreground here is a perennial salvia. The bush in the back is Viburnum Blueberry Muffin. Later on, it will have dark blue berries!
Here is a close up of an Allium. Aren’t those little star shaped petals pretty?
I love this Coral Bells plant too. I has been blooming for a couple of weeks now and I expect it to keep going strong for awhile longer. It’s nice and airy and delicate.
My husband has been trying to get some grapes to grow for a few years now and look, we have baby grapes! We are hoping that the animals and birds will leave them alone.
And our strawberry planter yielded the first berry! We were all very pleased and split this little berry five ways at dinner time so we could all have a very, very, tiny taste!

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