Today’s photos are from Priti Pant, who is sharing some beautiful images from her Michigan garden.
This beautiful pink peony (Paeonia hybrid, Zones 3–8) is of a type called “anemone form.” These peonies have a ring of large petals with a cluster of smaller petals (petaloids) in the center.
Look at the size of this rose, which is just loaded down with beautiful flowers.
Floating flowers in a bowl of water is a great way to display them. These are from Priti’s beautiful collection of Clematis. It is fascinating to see all the diversity of the flowers together, the full range of sizes and beautiful velvety colors.
Clematis are flowering vines. Many of them bloom most heavily in the spring, but some will repeat bloom through the summer with others blooming mostly in the fall. Full sun and rich soil will yield the most blooms.
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