July 2010

This month still has many of the same plants in flower and lots of new flowers are still appearing. Buddleia, Golden Rod, Crocosmia, Marjoram, Sunflowers, Teasels and Lesser Knapweed are great for bees and butterflies. The Pond lilies produce stunning large flowers and the tiny scarlet pimpernel is just as beautiful.

Gardenviewjuly2010

  • bindweed 31-7-10
  • black medick with seeds 17-7-10
  • buddleia 17-7-10
  • buddleia 19-7-10
  • canadian golden rod 27-7-10
  • canadian golden rod 31-7-10
  • clematis 2-7-10
  • cotoneaster 23-7-10
  • crocosmia 25-7-10
  • crocosmia 31-7-10
  • feverfew 4-7-10
  • fig 31-7-10
  • greater plantain 17-7-10
  • hibiscus trionum 11-7-10
  • hoary willowherb 2-7-10
  • hypericum (tall tutsan) -2 2-7-10
  • hypericum (tall tutsan) 2-7-10
  • hyssop 14-7-10
  • kiwi 12-7-10
  • lavender 2-7-10
  • lemon balm 17-7-10
  • lesser knapweed 30-7-10
  • lesser water parsnip & water mint 2-7-10
  • marigolds 25-7-10
  • marjoram 8-7-10
  • meadowsweet & hoverfly 22-7-10
  • meadowsweet 22-7-10
  • mountain ash berries 17-7-10
  • opium poppy 12-7-10
  • prickly sow thistle 23-7-10
  • privet 5-7-10
  • purple loosestrife 11-7-10
  • purple loosestrife 9-7-10
  • scarlet pimpernel 5-7-10
  • sedum spurium (stonecrop) 11-7-10
  • sunflower 17-7-10
  • sunflower 30-7-10
  • tall white daisies 31-7-10
  • teasel 19-7-10
  • teasels 11-7-10
  • tutsan berries 31-7-10
  • tutsan berries 6-7-10
  • water lilies 11-7-10
  • water lily 6-7-10
  • water mint & hoverflies 31-7-10
  • water mint 14-7-10
  • woody nightshade 23-7-10
  • woody nightshade berries 28-7-10