Summer Flowers 02

These lilies were planted by the previous owners.

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lily flowers

The spirea also was planted before we moved to our house.

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spirea flowers

Hydrangea ‘endless summer’ blooms for a long time.

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flowering hydrangea ‘endless summer’

Blue flowers are produced by plants growing in soil with an acidic pH (less than 7); pink in alkaline soil.

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hydrangea ‘endless summer’ flowers

Daylilly ‘Stella de Oro’ is popular because it is easy to grow and is a repeat bloomer.

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daylily ‘Stella de Oro’ flower

Astilbe are grown in shady areas.

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flowering astilbe

parent hosta in the center surrounded by seedlings

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flowering hosta

hosta flower

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hosta flower

milkweed flowers and assorted pollinators

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milkweed flower with bumblebee

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milkweed flower with moth

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milkweed flower with bee and moth

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