Katarina, at Roses and Stuff hosts Blooming Friday. Check her blog for more blooms or to put a link to your blooms.
Starting in the back yard, Larry's snail vine is finally blooming.
The garlic chives are blooming, and will be deadheaded before they go to seed so they don't get planted in the ground.
The rough goldenrod is fully blooming now.
After taking the above photo, I tied it up. I think I tied it too tightly. I'll have to loosen it.
I had green nicotianas in this pot last year, and this came up just recently and didn't take long to start blooming.
Some of the pansies are continuing to hang in there!
The next 2 photos are from in front of the veggie garden at the back of our property. The eupatorium blooms are opening up. It's related to Joe Pye weed. This one has variegated leaves.
The flea bane just started blooming, too.
Now, to the front, these photos were taken at dusk. I used to call this my new bed, but now that I have the new bed by the curb, I'm going to have to call it something else. So far, I think of it as my, "bed of many colors" but I don't know if that will stick. I'm enjoying the cleomes this year. The orange blooms are Mexican sunflowers.
I hope the name of this Menards purchased bulbs will turn up. I sure like them, and hope to dig and save them over the winter. Since I have 3 clumps, I may keep one in the ground to see if they come up next year.
I wanted to include some more views of the "bed of many colors". If you click on them, they will enlarge, or you can click on, "control" and "+".