The early summer garden

These pictures were taken the first week of June.  Late spring and early summer have the largest abundance of flowers with the peonies, roses, and clematis taking the main stage. The clematis below is in shade, getting only a couple hours of sun total a day.

The weigela (burgundy leaves and dark pink flute shaped flowers) blooms are here and gone in a matter of a week in the semi shade.

Even the sunniest spots near the vegetable garden gets perhaps 7 hours.

An amateur gardener who loves to watch the garden grow.

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