Today we’re in Minneapolis, visiting Arianne Baldomero’s garden.
This is a garden filled with flowers and lots of color. In this view, balloon flower (Platycodon grandiflorus, Zones 3–8) takes the foreground, backed up by the beautifully colored leaves of a variegated geranium (Pelargonium hybrid, Zones 9–11 or as an annual) and lots of other blooming annuals and perennials.
Pollinators appreciate the floral display. Here a bumblebee stops by for a little nectar snack.
This garden has plenty of places to sit and enjoy the beauty. The large, chartreuse-leaved shrub in the back is Tiger Eyes sumac (Rhus typhina ‘Bailtiger’, Zones 4–8).
Along the bed beside the fence, showy perennials are backed up by the flora profusion of annuals such as million bells (Calibrachoa hybrid, annual).
The rust-colored garden art here is backed up by warm red and orange flowers and dark purply foliage.
Even on a gray, rainy day, the garden looks beautiful.
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