A hectic week means a late post for Bloom Day, which is hosted each month by Carol of May Dreams Garden. But this is quite possibly my favorite month, and I'm happy to share some of what's blooming here. So without further ado...
Prairie phlox (P. pilosa), or as Gail from Clay and Limestone refers to them, Practically Perfect Pink Phlox.
Unknown pollinator on a sand coreopsis (C. lanceolata).
Peonies before rain damage...they're still OK now but looking a little worse for the wear after some intense rainstorms recently.
'Moonshine' yarrows are day-glow yellow.
Sand coreopsis, salvia and a peony.
Also blooming but not pictured:
Yellow pimpernel (Taenidia integgerima)
Alumroot (Heuchura richardsonii)
Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia)
Nectaroscordums (N. siculum)