A few photos to show what is looking good in the garden this month

Hemerocallis ‘Bela Lugosi’ – day lily
A very large old Hebe with Cotinus coggygria
The first Agapanthus flower
The white bottle-brush blooms of Sanguisorba ‘Dodecandra’
The beautiful airy Verbascum blattaria – moth mullein
A lovely pale calendula – pot marigold
The more traditional bright calendula
Soldier beetles enjoying the Daucus carota – wild carrot
A pink spire of Francoa sonchifolia
The white form of Francoa sonchifolia or wedding flower
Fiery throats of an unknown Hemerocallis
The common daylily Hemerocallis fulva
Sadly there is no scent to these everlasting sweet pea, Lathyrus latifolius
Dusky-pink blooms of an unknown Hemerocallis
The rich colour of Clematis viticella ‘Black Prince’
Airy seed heads of Calamagrostis ‘Waldenbuch’
A cool creamy Eschscholzia californica – Californian poppy
A gorgeous combination of Papaver somniferum against Sambucus ‘Thundercloud’
The clear blue blooms of Convolvulus sabatius
Baby-blue chicory flowers – Cichorium intybus
A pop of colour from an annual Silene Armeria ‘Rubra Electra’
So many beautiful opium poppies this year
Salvia ‘Neon’ lives up to its name!
The smokey flowers of Delphinium requenii
A Knautia macedonica burgundy bloom
Geranium nodosum ‘Blueberry Ice’ blooming in the shade
The beautiful Rosa Bonica
Ivy leaved double Pelargonium ‘Tommy’
Sanguisorba tenuifolia alba beginning to open its bottle-brush blooms
Bright blooms of Campanula persicifolia alba
The lovely blue of a Monkshood aconitum – wolf’s bane
The unusual colouring of Pelargonium ‘Voodoo’