Monday, September 1, 2008

More Garden Whites

Simple and pure is the white bloom's allure.
Oxeye Daisy.

Privet~ has such a heavenly scent.

Daisy Fleabane.

Daisy Fleabane and Privet.

Shasta Daisies standing tall and proud:).

5 comments:

Cynthia said...

Beautiful white blooms, I especially love the last pic.

I have always been intrigued by the idea of a garden full of white blooms that glows in the light of the moon.

culturedecoded said...

the second to last one was so good I used it as my screensaver. Great photos -- my blog is http://culturedecoded.wordpress.com/

artistsgarden said...

I like white flowers - and these photos of yours are lovely.
Regards
Karen

themanicgardener said...

How do you keep shasta daisies under control? Every garden I've seen them in here in Bozeman (Montana) gets taken over by them--the lawns, too!
--Kate

chey said...

Cynthia~ That sounds so beautiful. They certainly would glow!

Culturedecoded~thank you so much for the wonderful feedback.That's a great compliment!

Karen~I'll always have white flowers in my garden, ad perhaps someday a white garden (if I stop planting daylilies:)).

Kate~For some reason they don't seem to take over here. They don't self seed easily, and seem to keep to one spot. The clumps grow large and tall, and really stand out in the garden.