The background of this collage is a full view of my ‘Sweet Autumn’ Clematis in full bloom. It’s situated in the corner of the Arbor Garden on two trellises and drapes over the fence like a curtain. Early in the morning the fragrance is sweet just as the name implies without being overpowering. My ‘Royal Standard’ Hostas are just starting to bloom right now. They have a wonderful scent and the flowers are large with a tinge of lavender on their white faces. Imagine my happiness when this Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) started blooming its’ first season. I expected iridescent blue flowers and was surprised to see Rosey pink ones instead. This tree also flowers in a white form called ‘Alba’. It will be finding a new home in the garden this fall. Probably out front where it can get full sun and ample space to mature. I’m going to create an island bed around it so I can underplant with seasonal annuals for a pretty combo. To see more Bloomin’ Tuesday posts or to join in on the fun this week please visit our gracious host Jean @ Ms Greenthumb.