Sunday, July 19, 2009

It am hot!

Even with the heat, I have a few flowers. The crocosmia are looking quite nice although the leaves are beginning to brown and this is the only clump from the three or four from last year that survives.

Graham Thomas rose is blooming although the flowers are small and turn crispy after opening. Also this year the flowers are turning apricot rather than bleaching white like last year.


Katie said...

It IS hot. I always dread the 10 days or so in mid-July that do not cool off.

Garden is looking good. I love crocosmia - mine always looked sickly and just didn't come back this year.

Ralph said...

Mine were great last year. This year not all of them came back and the one that bloomed turned brown. I don't expect much next year.