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READER PHOTOS! Christine’s garden in Illinois

Lots of red asiatic lilies and Shasta Daisy mixed with Stella D'ora daylily. 2 WAYS TO ENLARGE! Click directly on the photo to enlarge in a pop-up, or click HERE to see this image, larger, in a new browser window
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Christine Bosacki

Today’s photos are from Christine Bosacki, who says, “I grow flowers and some vegetables on a corner suburban lot in Woodridge, Illinois, a southwest suburb of Chicago. I enjoy gardening as an artistic outlet and as physical and mental therapy! Our garden is a wonderful place to relax and listen to the birds and watch the butterflies and hummingbirds.”

The plant with lime green leaves and purple flowers in front is ‘Sweet Kate’ spiderwort.
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Christine Bosacki
The plant with lime green leaves and purple flowers in front is ‘Sweet Kate’ spiderwort.
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Christine Bosacki
This is ‘Flying Saucers” morning glory.
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Christine Bosacki

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    meander_michaele 05/21/2012

    I really like how naturally your clumps of red asiatic lilies are spread throughout your garden...they look like kisses left by Mother Nature. A special thanks for including the id on the lime green spiderwort. I was initially puzzling on it until I saw that you shared the info. It is very bright and eye catching. Your whole garden gives off a happy vibe!

  2. Wife_Mother_Gardener 05/21/2012

    I love your pairing of the red and yellow lilies with the white daisies. Great job, Christine!

  3. tractor1 05/21/2012

    Absolutely amazing how many goodies can be crammed into a small space... and I just love those morning glories, they've always been a favorite. There appears to be a pergola over an old Adirondack chair, and a swimming pool too. I bet there's a lot more in that yard, I need more pictures, wider views, and from different angles. Thank you, Christine.

  4. pattyspencer 05/21/2012

    Love the sprinkling of the red lilies throughout the garden - keeps your eyes moving along the way.

  5. soilgoil 05/21/2012

    What happy colors, Christine! Your garden surely conveys cheer to you and your lucky neighbors. 'Love the dash of chartreuse and purple you've added with Sweet Kate Spiderwort. She's one of my favorites.

  6. sunterra7 05/21/2012

    looks like a cheerful, happy spot! Is that a wisteria vine or ? on the pergola? Would be fun to see other corners of your yard.

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