Green Thumb Sunday - Snow In Summer April 29, 2007 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps I'm referring to the flowers, not the weather! Cerastium tomentosum, Snow-in-summer. It's a beautiful day, not a snowflake in sight, except for this snow-in-summer.Join Green Thumb Sunday Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments AnonymousSun Apr 29, 04:11:00 PM 2007And beautiful little Snow-in-the-summers they are.I'm glad the weather is good for you.This will be the third day in a row of 90s. We went from a cool spring to mid-summer in a day.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyKylee BaumleSun Apr 29, 09:42:00 PM 2007My Snow-in-Summer isn't blooming yet, but it's looking good! Soon it will be blooming though. I just love it. My mom gave me mine.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymousMon Apr 30, 05:04:00 AM 2007Another new bloom for me to learn about and enjoy. Love your lily of the valley story above ,too! I had plants from my mother's and grandmother's gardens but was not able to import them when I moved to Hawaii (wise laws, but frustrating!)Got my GTS up late, but it's there now!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyYolanda Elizabet HeuzenTue May 01, 01:23:00 PM 2007Cerastium I had in my previous garden. It's such a lovely plant and so easy to grow. Excellent groundcover too. Love those silvery leaves.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusanaTue May 01, 01:46:00 PM 2007Cerastium has a small and beautiful flower .Congratulations !!! You have a lovely page.Your pictures are wonderful.it´s an interesting place!!!Go on!!!susana lakewww.susanalake.20fr.comReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Comments are to a blog what flowers are to a garden. Sow your thoughts here and may all your comments multiply as blooms in your garden. Though there is never enough time to respond to each comment individually these days, please know that I do read and love each one and will try to reciprocate on your blog.By the way, if you are leaving a comment just so you can include a link to your business site, the garden fairies will find it and compost it!