Still going strong here, even with the very cool nights that make it difficult for flowers to open. Here's what's blooming:
HIGH STEPPIN' CHARLIE is a nice bright pink:
CAPACITY FOR WONDER is a terrific polychrome. The pink highlights might not show up as clearly in the photo, but I love how unusual it is to have a bright yellow flower that's a polychrome:
CEZANNE, a very reliable Munson:
BILLY STENNETT looks better here than in any previous year, probably because of the cool temps. Usually it's more mauve (my least favorite color, you know):
GAUDY GAUDY is exactly what its name implies. The bottom petal isn't chewed, by the way -- the petal ruffle is curled under.
ALLEGHENY SKYLINE is fast becoming a favorite:
TWO SUES is still going strong: