6 for 6/4/20

Two days in a row…does not make a habit. πŸ™‚ Kudos to anyone who might know what the blue flower is because I don’t remember. The only thing I do know is that it is late spring blooming (because it’s blooming now) and it’s a bulb.

15 thoughts on “6 for 6/4/20

  1. Awwww. Love Sophie and Scout. And beautiful flowers. Alas, I love them, but don’t necessarily know what they are.

    1. Thanks, Maggie. I should take more pics of my favorite models. Sophie adores having her picture taking. Scout on the other hand. Well. You can tell by the way he adjusted his gaze.

  2. Pretty sure it is a balloon flower, but I’m not sure the unopened buds are right for that. Granted, the one I had lasted all of a week in the ground before something (I think rabbits) ate it off, so I didn’t get the chance to really observe it long. Love the photos!

      1. I don’t know… From your picture, the petals are more attached like you’d see in a balloon flower than what you see in that picture. Those look more like separate, distinct petals. Almost like a Hyacinth flower.

      1. Ugh! Tell me about it! I’m thinking I might have to figure out something about wearing glasses when I’m taking photos (not that I have any at the moment) because way more often lately, I think I have something in focus only to get it on my computer and see that it really isn’t. Usually it is just slightly off, but still…

  3. Campanula. They come in different blues and white and different sizes. It is winter-hardy and certain types have tall stems and certain types are more ground cover plants.

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