Tuesday, July 17, 2012

REDNESDAY


Hello everyone! Welcome to another hot Rednesday across North America! I thought I was done with my red flowers, but, noooo! I have more. Lucky you, lol! These are 'Red Wing Butterfly' Gladiolas. They're not perennial below zone 7. I got mine from Breck's.


Here they are, unintentionally placed near white peach-leaf bell flowers and dwarf blue balloon flowers. Quite patriotic, if I must say so myself!

Next, is my Hen and Chicks flowering, with little traces of red in them!

This is Oriental Lily 'Muscadet" - love the evening fragrance!

And, finally, my red plant stand with Jade's seedlings (what's left of them!).

Have a great week!



 
 

18 comments:

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Sue! I love your flower posts, everything is so lovely and you have flowers I've never seen before.

Love love love your red glads, I've never ever seen them before! I used to get the Brecks catalog years ago and would pour over it.

Now I'm familiar with Hen and Chicks but I've never seen a blooming one. I need to get out more in the world huh?! :)

Thanks again for hosting! Happy Rednesday to you!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Love your beautiful flowers, but the gladiolas, amazing! I've never seen that variety. Cute plant stand too. Thanks for hosting Rednesday!

~~Carol~~ said...

Well, of course I love your red white and blue flowers! And that stand is pretty fantastic too. Another 100 degree day here, so no playing in the dirt for me :-( Glad you've got some flowers for me to look at today!
Happy REDnesday,
Carol

LV said...

You came up with a good selection of reds today. I have a big hen and chicken plant but it is not blooming.

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Love your beautiful flowers!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Beautiful flowers and LOVE that sweet red plant stand!!

Thanks so much for hosting!

Hugs,
Debbie

Rita said...

Your flowers are lovely. However the only one I am familiar with is the lily. Nice to learn about the others.

Liz said...

Wow, the red gladiolas are just gorgeous! Thanks for hosting! Liz

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Your flowers are lovely, Sue!
Happy Wednesday!

Lola said...

Happy Rednesday, everyone!

Ms. Redo said...

Thanks for sharing pics of your flowers, many of mine bit the dust during the 100+ days, and 100 again today. And thanks for hostessing the party! Hugs ~ Mary

Curtains in My Tree said...

It is so hot here and has been 3 weeks now , 100 today
I water my flowers everyday and they look dry at the end of every day . I am trying to keep my hydrangeas from dying in this heat I even have them behinfh a wood fence so afternoon sun doesn't get to them

what will winter be like ?

happy to see ya

April said...

Just gorgeous, gorgeous! I am jealous to live in the deep South now--those glads are SO pretty!
I am also loving the sweet red plant stand.
Happy Rednesday!
~april

Tra La La Boom De Ay said...

I am glad that I found your blog and really enjoy everyones posts. Happy Rednesday and thanks for stopping by!

Zootsuitmama said...

So fresh and beautiful! I love enjoying other peoples gardens!

Ann - Making Family Memories with Childrens Tea Sets said...

Your flowers are so beautiful. And what an intriguing plant stand! Thank you for this very delightful Rednesday!

Chenille Cottage said...

You are always so sweet to host all of us RED lovers! I just love visiting you and seeing what red pretties you are featuring. Your flowers are lovely! your little red plant stand is adorable!
I hope you have a great day, my friend!
Blessings and Happy Rednesday!
Carolynn xo

NanE said...

Those RED Glads are stunning, I don't think I have ever seen any like that. I remember having a plant stand like that but mine was brass or maybe it was white, anyway, I love it! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend, Nan