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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

This morning I started out to document what’s in bloom right now at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. I didn’t get very far. After leaving my office and strolling through the Woodland Walk,  I quickly realized that this would have to be a catalog of simply what was in bloom just in the Woodland Walk portion of Flagler Garden, and  also a small area of the Garden known as the Robert Haskell Garden. There is SO much in bloom everywhere I look at Lewis Ginter!   This post was inspired by a post from Washington Gardener’s Blog.   Which was in turn, originally inspired by Garden Bloggers Bloom Day where  bloggers across the world can  share a comprehensive listing of the beauty of what is currently in bloom in their garden.

In fact, I have so many great photos that I’ll just put a few up here. If you’d like to see the whole set, just go to our Flickr page.

Butterfly on butterfly bush

Butterfly on butterfly bush

Chinese Chives

Chinese Chives

Calla Lily

Calla Lily

Rough Horsetail ( I know, it's not flowering, but I couldn't resist! I love it so much. My kids call it natures lego becuase the pieces of the plant come apart and then stack back together)

Rough Horsetail ( I know, it’s not flowering, but I couldn’t resist! I love it so much. My kids call it nature’s Legos because the pieces of the plant come apart and then stack back together)

Christmas Tree Liriope

Christmas Tree Liriope

Other plants in bloom at the Woodland Walk & Haskell Garden area  include:

Garden Phlox

Liriope

Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Yarrow

Snow Flake Hydrangea

Hibiscus

Firecracker Flowers

Roses

Goldenstar

Passion Flower

Black-Eyed Susan

Sedum

Chrysanthemum

Crepe Myrtle

Japanese Spiraea

Pineapple Lily

Beauty Berry

Tree Ivy (covered in bees and wasps!)

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