June in our garden

Veronicastrum Lavender Tower is earlier and perhaps more architectural than the others of the species.
Phlox are just starting to open!
Classic blue and yellow with Helenium The Bishop, Achillea Moonshine and Salvia May Night all in fairly dry soil and full sun.
An early incarnation of the central bed in our back garden planted in romantic cottage style with Erigerons, Campanula ,Lychnis and Valeriana
Hemerocallis Nefertiti and Salvia Lubecca are the main characters back up by Achillea Terracotta and Kniphofia Gladness with Lilium henryi towering over.
The long evenings of June give plenty of time to enjoy the glow of Stipa gigantea flowers
Cirsium rivulare Atropurpureum grows well in dry soils and isn't short lived despite what gardening gurus say about it!

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