What’s Blooming (Week of July 1, 2022) July 1, 2022 / Serendib Garden / By Mary Anne Mohanraj Blooming this week. Names and notes on photos. Purple poppy mallow (native). Monarda / bee balm (native cultivar). Butterfly milkweed / Asclepias tuberosa. Great for attracting butterflies, unsurprisingly. 🙂 Hydrangea. Hydrangea. Oak leaf hydrangea. Lace cap hydrangea. Achillea / yarrow. Native cultivar, I think. Rose Eglantyne. Rose Crown Princess Margareta. Rose The Fairy. Rose Darlow’s Enigma with Jackmanii clematis. Clematis. Daylily & bug. Daylily. Salvia Black & Blue (hummingbird magnet). Mallow / malva neglecta Lily. Lily. Lily. Lily. Hosta. Veronica. Veronica. Veronica. Drumstick allium. Drumstick alliums that have inexplicably decided to grow sideways. Wild petunia (native). Rozanne geranium. Heuchera blossoms. Coneflower (native, I’m pretty sure). Coneflower. Coneflower. Fairy candles / Actaea racemosa. Gooseneck loosestrife (very aggressive — if you want some, ask, as people will likely be happy to let you dig some up) — recommend planting in a contained area. Dwarf peach tree. Elderberry (planted last year — it’s gotten huge)! Elderberry blossoms. Raspberries (if you want some, ask around — easy to dig up a few canes to pass along). Raspberries. Pepper blossom. (Eggplant blossoms are similarly pretty.) I do have a few annuals. 🙂 Calibrachoa / million bells. Tropical bougainvillea (must come inside for winter). Feverfew (volunteer in my yard, ask if you want some). Fleabane (volunteer in my yard, ask if you want some).