Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Late May Flowers

While I haven't posted much recently, photography continued apace. I'm pretty sure the fourth photo is an Angel's Trumpet, although they're supposed to bloom in the fall. This plant is growing from a container in Frank Fetch Park, so being wintered indoors may have something to do with it.



vacuumslayer said...

Those roses are gorgeous. Makes me nostalgic for when I was growing a bunch of different ones. Oh, that smell!

Smut Clyde said...

Pending #2 is Allium "globemaster" with little white Achillea below.

For #5 I thought 'campanula' but fortunately I looked that up and it's not campanula.

I am advised by friends that you should not eat the Devil's Trumpet.

Jennifer said...

I concur with Smut about #2.

#5 sure looks like it has a lily stalk... and that flower looks darn familiar, but my mind is spazzing.

Jennifer said...

OK, I continued looking and think Smut might be doubly correct (I'll never say that again). They sure look a lot like Campanula punctata or "Wedding Bells".

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I went with Allium and Acillea (yarrow) for 2, thank you, and decided 1 was Oriental poppy.

I'm not ready to call 5 Campanula, Jennifer, because the leaves seem wrong.

Here's a crop showing the leaves.

Jennifer said...

My sister suggested Campanula persicifolia Alba

The leaves remind me of my toad lilies though, but these are not toad lilies.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Pending #2 is Allium "globemaster"

Once again, it's all about the orbs.

Randal Graves said...

Pretty ballsy to bloom out of season.

Dusty,Hells most vocal Bitch said...

I really like the fourth one from the top. I bought myself a very expensive Nikkon a couple of years ago when I still had credit, which I still don't know how to fucking it stays on Auto all the time. sad ain't it?