More Photos from Our Community

Since we can't get to as many gardens as we'd like, we'll have to live vicariously through the photos club members have taken in June's, over the years.

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Wendy's Wish Sage, Magellan Orange Zinnia, Plumed Celosia, Artemis Silver Sage, Century Plant
 Supertunia Vista Bubblegum Petunia, Superbena Royale Plum Wine Verbena, Sunsatia Coconut Nemesia
 Showstar Blackfoot, High Tide Blue Floss Flower, Happy Ring Cosmos
Coleus leaves come in startlingly different colors!
Flowers of Fireworks Arrowwood Viburnum
Ivory Halo Dogwood
Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum, Superbena Large Lilac Blue Verbena
Vision in Pink Chinese Astilbe, in bloom
The Chalet Nursery always has a great containers!
Easy Elegance Kiss Me Shrub Rose, in bloom
Matrix Deep Blue Blotch Pansy, Solstice Orange Tricolor Snapdragon, ?
 Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum, in bloom
Ferns, Hosta & Heuchera
Senorita Rosalita Spider Flower, Colorblaze Torchlight Coleus, Diamond Snow Spurge, Sunpatiens Compact Royal Magenta
Dalaya Red Yellow Eye Dahlia, in bloom
Rustic Orange Coleus
Sun Cherry Zinnia, Jolt Cherry Sweet William, Zinderella Lilac Zinnia, Cramer's Burgundy Cockscomb
Fragrant Bouquet Hosta
Prince Tut Papyrus, Whirlwind Blue Fan Flower, Sweet Caroline Jet Black Sweet Potato, Silver Falls Dichondra
Cleopatra Coneflower, Short 'n Sassy Sneezeweed
Four-Angled Sundrops, in bloom
Paprika Yarrow
Ladys Mantle, ? Geranium, ? False Goat's Beard
Easy Elegance Kiss Me Shrub Rose, in bloom
Shining Sensation Weigela
Flower of Kelvin Floodlight Dahlia
Wisley Clematis
Whiskers Light Blue Pansy in bloom
Flower of Sun Cherry Zinnia
Tsingling Maple
Candelabra Grandiflora Rose
Flowers of Pink Taffeta Spirea japonica
Jurassic Silver Swirl Begonia
Heart To Heart Mesmerized Elephant Ear, Chocolate Drop Coleus, Lemon Coral Stonecrop
Wave Petunias
Coleus Kong Jr. 'Rose'
Visions in Pink Chinese Astilbe
Million Kisses Devotion Tuberous Begonia
Short 'n Sassy Sneezeweed, Julia Coneflower
Japanese Painted Fern
Shrubby Cinquefoil
Preparing the garden!
Flowers of Bouquet Rose French Hydrangea
? Ivory Halo Dogwood
Variegated Leaves of Sunny Princess Weigela
Tutti-Frutti Hyssop, in bloom
Love Grandiflora Rose
Bouffant: Angelface Blue Summer Snapdragon, Superbells Blackcurrant Punch Million Bells, Supertunia Raspberry Rush Petunia
Robusta Shrub Rose
Showstar Blackfoot, High Tide Blue Floss Flower
Caradonna Sage, Rustic Orange Coleus
Blue Cloak White Fir, Boston Ivy
Leaves of Japanese Zelkova
Guardian Blue Delphinium, Cambridge Scarlet Beebalm
Lavaglut Floribunda Rose, in bloom
Flowers of Northern Burgundy Arrowwood Viburnum
Roses & Clematis climbing trellis
Diamond Frost Spurge, Superbells Cherry Blossom Mini Petumia
Matrix Lemon Pansy
Rustic Orange Coleus
Serendipity Ornamental Onion, Diamond Snow Spurge
Superbells Cherry Blossom Mini Petumia, in bloom
Angelface Super Pink Summer Snapdragon, Sweet Caroline Light Green Sweet Potato, Supertunia Picasso in Purple Petunia
Celebrette Cherry Stripe New Guinea Impatiens, in bloom
Angelface Wedgewood Blue Snapdragon, in bloom
Giant Exhibition Chivalry Coleus, Black Beauty Alumroot
Robina Orienpet Lily
Flowers of Multi-Blue Clematis
Cinnamon Basil, in bloom
Elina Rose
Japanese painted fern coloration makes it one of the most popular cultivated ferns.
Bitsy Daylily, in bloom
Viola Elizabeth Clematis, in bloom
The entrance to the Chicago Botanic Gardens
Mystery Rose Chinese Forget-Me-Not, in bloom
Zagreb Threadleaf Coreopsis, in bloom
Lemon Coral Stonecrop in containers
Flowers of Dalmatian White Foxglove
Waterfall Blue Edging Lobelia
Cambridge Scarlet Bee Balm, Guardian Blue Delphinium
Ladys Mantle, in bloom
Flowers of Love and Peace Hybrid Tea Rose
High Tide Blue Floss Flower
Shrubby Cinquefoil
Dustin Domansky Daylily, in bloom
Rockapulco Rose Impatiens, Hippo Rose Polka Dot Plant, Diamond Frost Spurge, Sweet Caroline Raven Improved Sweet Potato
Dalmatian White Foxglove, in bloom
Flowers of Dominic Daylily
Orange Punch Canna Lily, in bloom
Gemini Hybrid Tea Rose
Prairie Joy Shrub Rose
Alauna Clair-Obscur Dahlia, in bloom
Red Pygmy Border Decorative Dahlia, in bloom
Sunsatia Mango Nemesia
Flowers of Aromance Pink Nemesia
Fireworks Variegated Red Fountain Grass, SUNSATIA Blood Orange Nemesia, Superbells Red Calibrachoa, Colorblaze Dark Star Coleus
  Royal Candles Spiked Speedwell, in bloom
Cleopatra Coneflower, in bloom
Flowers of Color Spires Crystal Blue Sage
Victoria Blue Mealycup Sage, Double Fire Zinnia, Rumblin Nu Blue Petunia, Ivanetti Dahlia
Sky Rocket Fountain Grass, Superbells Double Blue Million Bells, Silver Falls Dichondra, Superbena Sparkling Amethyst Verbena
Flowers of False Shamrock
Elina Roses, in bloom
 Flower of Blue Angel Clematis
Flowers of Tiny Icon Asiatic Pot Lily
Burma Ruby Single Peony, in bloom
Flowers of Color Spires Crystal Blue Sage
Inca Zinnia, in bloom
Flowers of Golden Thumbelina Japanese Spirea
Susie Clear Yellow Black-Eyed Susan Vine, in bloom
Texas Dawn Bougainvillea, in bloom
Flower of Aztec Yellow Daylily
Clio Magenta Spider Flower
Flower of Celebration Song Tall Bearded Iris
Maggie Daley False Goatsbeard, in bloom
Supertunia Royal Velvet Petunia, Superbells Yellow Petunia, Laguna Dark Blue Lobelia
American Pie Pinks, in bloom
Forever & Ever Blue Hydrangea, in bloom
Julia Coneflower, in bloom
King Tut Papyrus, Mohawk Burkwood Viburnum, Jealousy Himalayan Honeysuckle, Mahogany Splendor Red-Leaf Hibiscus
? Yarrow
Potomac Yellow Snapdragon
Sun Sprinkles Miniature Rose, in bloom
Dainty Bess Hybrid Tea Rose, in bloom
Flowers of Pink Lightning False Goatsbeard
Dalaya Red Yellow Eye Dahlia
Pink Lightning False Goatsbeard, in bloom
Jersey Earlybird Cardinal Endless Heart Daylily
New Gold Lantana, Bishop of Llandaff Semi-Double Dahlia, Orange Punch Canna Lily
Flower of Pygmy Plum Daylily
High Tide Blue Floss Flower
Colorblaze Dark Star Coleus
Flowers of Black and Blue Anise-Scented Sage
Flowers of Roma Masterwort
 Flower of Sapphire Indigo Clematis
Royal Candles Spiked Speedwell, in bloom
Forest Pansy's foliage remains a purplish green throughout summer.
Flower head of Annabelle Hydrangea
Golden Spirit Smoketree, Lemon Coral Stonecrop, Mesa Yellow Blanket Flower, Susie Clear Yellow Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Mexican Tulip Poppy, Flutterby Petite Snow White Butterfly Bush
 Royal Cape Cape Leadwort, in bloom
Superbells Double Amber Million Bells, SUNSATIA Blood Orange Nemesia, Sparks Will Fly Begonia, Golden Butterfly Marguerite Daisy, Taishan Yellow Marigold, Taishan Orange African Marigold
Caliente Pink Geranium, in bloom
Magellan Orange Zinnia (Zinnia elegans 'Magellan Orange')
Flower of Empress Clematis
Sunrita Yellow Red Ring Blanket Flower, in bloom
Flowers of Senorita Rosalita Spider Flower
Twinkle Blue Balloon Flower
Rose Rhapsody Hybrid Sage, in bloom
Flowers of Pruhoniciana Japanese Spirea
Flowers of Viola Elizabeth Clematis
Flowers of Sunny Azores Oriental Lily
Mongolian Linden
Elegans Hosta, in bloom
First Flame Purple Celosia, in bloom
Short 'n Sassy Sneezeweed. in bloom
Inferno Coleus, Little Hero Orange Marigold, Zesty Fuchsia Zinnia, Dreamland Coral Zinnia, Asian Garden Celosia, Serenita Raspberry Summer Snapdragon
Bounce Pink Flame Impatiens, in bloom
Flower of General Sikorski Clematis
Tropicana Hybrid Tea Rose
Flowers of Rainbow Knock Out Shrub Rose
Hybrid Purple Lobelia
Lemon Coral Stonecrop
Soiree Kawaii Double White Vinca, in bloom
Flower of Milk Maid Daylily
Flower of Dalaya Fireball Dahlia
Miss Molly Butterfly Bush, in bloom
Snow Princess Sweet Alyssum, in bloom
Cupcake Miniature Rose, in bloom
Dalaya Red Yellow Eye Dahlia, in bloom
White Gloria Hybrid Astilbe, in bloom
Flower of Tiger Kitten Daylily


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