Nothing represents the month of June better than the thick, creamy and gigantic bloom on the Southern Magnolia tree.
The fragrance is divine!
The bud before it opens.
The large tree towers high above others nearby.
Large leathery leaves stay green all winter - an additional plus for this tree.
White Meidiland Rose. From a cutting from a bush growing at a dentist office about 12 years ago.
I don't remember the name of this rose, but it has grown quite large in the 12 or so years since I planted it.
White Lobelia in a pot.
Jasmine. New this year.
Strawberries growing in a pot.
Endless Summer hydrangea.
Native Oak Leaf hydrangea.
Rose Campion, a long-lived biennial flower.
A white tea rose. New this year.
Brazilian Plume Plant. A pot plant and is sometimes winter hardy if planted in the ground.
Nikko Blue hydrangea.
Gardenias....Soon I hope!
I hope you are enjoying your weekend!