Wednesday, February 19, 2014

White in our garden -part 2


This post is a continuation the series of Plant Portraits by color and today you get to see part 2 of White flowering plant portraits.  To see White in our garden -part1  just click on the underlined words.  

I organized the pictures in the order the blooms come into the garden.  More May blooming beauties were left to show you, so we start with those:


Sweet woodroof or Galium Odoratum  which makes for a beautiful ground cover

Lily of the Valley or Convallaria Majalis which is a favorite of all my Romanian friends - May

Doublefile Viburnum - Viburnum plicatum tomentosum 'Mariesii' - May

Irish moss or Sagin subulata - May

Japanese candelabra primrose or Primula Japonica - May to June


Bellflower or Campanula persicifolia Takion Series - June

Kousa dogwood Cornus kousa var. chinensis Milky Way - June

Hydrangea  "Incrediball" - June to September

Foxglove or Digitalis - June

Rose Polyantha "Little Pet" - June

Astilbe - unknown variety - July

Valerian (fragrant) or Valeriana officinalis - July

Oakleaf Hydrangea - July

Astilbe Deutchland - July

Daisy or Leucanthemum superbum "Snowcap" -June to July

Oriental Lily "Casa Blanca" (fragrant) is a hardy bulb that needs to be planted in the fall or spring - July

Jasmine tree growing in a pot (fragrant) - Jasminum polyanthum blooms a couple of times a year

Orienpet lily "Pretty Woman" is another hardy bulb that can be planted fall or early spring - July

 Gooseneck loosetrife or Lysmachia clethroides
Daisies or Leucanthemum unknow variety- July

Yucca or Yucca Filamentosa- July

Daylily or Hemerocallis "Joan Senior White"

Coneflower or Echinacea unknow variety - July

Garden Phlox or Phlox paniculata "David" - August


Spider Flower of Cleome  an annual that self sows - August to October

Japanese Fall Anemone - Anemone hybrida "Honorine Jobert" with Eupatorium - September

Sweet Autumn Clematis or Clematis Terniflora - September

Boltonia asteroides var. latisquama "Snowbank" - October

Boltonia or Aster...Don't know for sure- October to November


If you enjoyed this Plant Portraits by Color please leave me a comment and I will continue the series with color Pink next Tuesday.

2 comments:

  1. Daniela, these two posts on all the white blooms in your garden throughout the year have been amazing. I've enjoyed them thoroughly.

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    1. Thanks Michaele! It was a lot of work sorting all the pictures but it came out as I wanted it! Blue is coming up next Tuesday!

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