June Gardens, Aflutter & Aglow . . .
Luminous Swallowtail on Blooming, Climbing Hydrangea (Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris). Cluster-Flowers are Butterfly Favorites. Learn More About Attracting Butterflies & Other Pollinators to Your Garden Here.
It feels like we were just toasting the Summer Solstice when suddenly, Â it’s the last weekend of June. But that’s Summer for you, isn’t it? She just grabs you by the hand and swirls you ’round, ’til you’re dizzy and giddy with bliss. Sun-showers, rainbows, butterflies and glowing afternoons… That’s what she lives for, and that’s why we love her.
So let’s flit about the summer garden, shall we? June in her shining hour… All aflutter and aglow.
Â Japanese Single Peonies (Paeonia lactifolia ‘Le Charme’ ) & Ostrich FernsÂ (Matteuccia struthiopteris). Though I Love the Double and Bomb Type Peonies, Single Flowers Provide Easy Access for Pollinators of All Kinds. And Look How Lovely…
Garden Design: Michaela Medina Harlow
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