Blooming in Savannah

A week of rain and humidity should encourage growth, yes? But a bit of sunshine is needed to keep the photosynthesis going! A few things blooming…

Summer waning, hydrangea too
Dahlias, not show worthy, but bloom is welcomed!
Canna, the fawns like the blooms, so this is rare!
Tall dahlia, out of reach of deer.
Hedychium ‘Disney’, a favorite of hummingbirds
Crinum, I wish you could smell this!

Join Jon the Propagator for this Six on Saturday!

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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5 Responses to Blooming in Savannah

  1. Beautiful blooms. I’m enjoying my hydrangea, cannas, dahlias, and phlox. Happy August.

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  2. What lovely flowers you have in your garden! I especially like the canna’s leaves (and flowers, too, of course). Beautiful!

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  3. You are in a sweet spot for growing a variety of plants. I have Disney, but hydrangeas are not happy in my climate.

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  4. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing! You have quite an eye! I just love hydrangeas and Dahlia’s!

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  5. What stunning flowers, some very different from those we have here. Your dahlias are looking good and ahead of mine.

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