It seems as though everything in the garden is in bloom in June. It is not true, of course, but there is an abundance of bloom. The sky is bright and the shadows are deep today making photography a challenge. The long border has waning foxgloves, peachleaf bellflower, the bright blooms of impatiens and the textures and different shades of foliage. The deep rede knock out roses are in bloom beside a clear blue delphinium. New Dawn is blooming in abundance, rolling over the fence by the gate. It has a light but clear fragrance. The astilbes are starting to bloom. It seems quite early for them as it is not yet summer. I must check last year's photos to see when they bloomed in 2011...it was the end of June so we are two weeks early this year. In June, small flowers can be overlooked but Clematis 'Roguchi' is a lovely climber and stands out with significant purple/blue bells which are much different from the large flowered clematis such as Niobe and this lovely pink whose name escapes me. The long sunny border has much in bloom. I am loving the containers in the front of the greenhouse this season. They contain hot colors and are filling out quite nicely. I really must do a container post. They are such fun. Many thanks for yet another Bloom Day hosted by Carol of May Dreams. I hope to visit many Bloom Day gardens this June.