What’s Blooming (6/12/22) June 12, 2022 June 14, 2022 / Serendib Garden / By Mary Anne Mohanraj Blooming this week — names and notes on photos. Martagon lilies, 2-3′ tall, blooms in shade. Martagon lilies, 2-3′ tall, blooms in shade. Allium schubertii (short, bigger than my head). Not hardy in our zone, so has to be replanted each year. Dries well in place, so provides a nice element in the garden for months. Allium caeruleum. A lovely blue, small and unassuming, so you’d want 15-30 or so in a clump to really get a noticeable effect. Clematis Piilu (my favorite out of my clematises). Clematis Piilu Clematis Durandii, I think. Clematis Diamond Ball. Very dramatic when it blooms, but I’m not sure I love how it looks as it’s fading. Clematis Niobe, I think. Not sure which clematis this is. Mock orange. Smells incredible. Mock orange. Penstemon beardtongue (native) with tradescantia / spiderwort (native). Last of the columbines. Mallow. Zephirine Drouhin rose with bee. Munstead Wood rose. Eglantyne rose (smells incredible). Rose-Marie rose (heavy blooming). John Cabot rose. John Cabot rose with baptisia. Zephirine Drouhin rose with tradescantia / spiderwort. Scotch moss with the teeniest tiniest blooms. Dwarf peach ripening.