Whites in BloomPosted: June 9, 2014
This White Hydrangea was a gift that came by mail from a florist. It was potted and bumped up as it grew.
And showed its appreciation by putting on a spectacular display this spring.
Finally blooming, this White Rain Lily was a pass-along and was planted in the garden two years ago. It recently bloomed and has a light pleasant scent.
The White Rain Lily next to its pink cousin. A different white cultivar, also planted in the garden, blooms in the fall.
Bishop’s Flower adds a lacy fill to a garden bed. They grow from two to four feet tall.