WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN JULY 2019


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Kalm's St. John's Wort (probably)
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Prairie Coreopsis
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The rain garden.
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Black-eyed Susan
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An orange damselfly
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Eastern Pondhawk dragonfly
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Female Blue Dasher dragonfly
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Male Blue Dasher dragonfly
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Whitetail skimmer
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Oh, @zigs, I've got mold too.
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What fantastic photography @JBtheExplorer (y) please could you tell me what the orange flower is in no. 3 photo...... and what in heavens name is that mould ??

The orange flower is Butterflyweed (Asclepias tuberosa). It's popular here in the U.S., as it's a host plant for the Monarch butterfly.

The mold appears to be stemonitis. Never seen anything like it before.
 

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I'm only a little bit jealous @Logan
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a dear little thrush ate all our currants .......bless its heart :(
 
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Yes the black birds eat our red currants, but I have so many that it doesn't matter. But the blueberries i have to cover. :)
 
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Beautiful colour combos Tetters, very inspiring. Could you please tell me the name of the one in the 3rd photo, lovely soft colour and feel
Hello @DeborahJane :happy: that is one of the Astilbe plants I have (false goatsbeard) but I'm not sure which one - could be ''bridal veil''
 
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