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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Just Had to Share a Little More Blooming Tuesday

As I finished mowing a little while ago, (took a break) I was looking at my flowers and thought the most of them were still doing pretty good. I love to pack containers full of different flowers to see how they will do, this one not to bad! Container of Blue Daze looks really nice mid morning. My first year with the Cat Whiskers, didn't know it grew so big! Petunias are trying to hold on a bit longer. I have the Ornamental Potato Vine in alot of containers, I put some in the ground to see if I could grow it up this trellis, It's finally made it to the top! The last four years I have had the Wishbone in the ground, I think the containers have turned out quite nice.







11 comments:

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow! Those are really flourishing! You've done a really great job. I think I should log off and go tend to my own yard.
:-)

the pleasures of homemaking said...

Your containers are looking really pretty. I love potato vine! I just love that bright green color.

Manuela

Gretchen said...

Just beautiful! I'll have to put up the roses I have in my backyard. It's getting cold, so I'm sure they'll be gone far too soon.

bennie and patsy said...

I love blue daze have not had any in a long time. It did so go in Texas don't know about Arkansas.
Patsy

Shellmo said...

Everything looks lovely! You definitely have the "green thumb!"

Valerie said...

Your flowers are doing great. They are beautiful. I just love to come and visit you.

marmee said...

those are some nice looking containers.your blooms are still looking so nice.

perennialgardener said...

Gorgeous containers! I love the Blue Daze & Potato Vine. Great colors!

fishing guy said...

Darla: You sure hae a lot of bloomers around the yard. These are really neat.

Mary said...

Your flowers are gorgeous! I wish someone would make my yard look like that....other than me :-)

Deb said...

Hi Darla~ quite a lot of beautiful blooms..I enjoyed seeing them all. I especially liked the potato vine; I saw one in a hanging basket this year at our local knitting shop. It was so bright and colorful. I think I will for sure plant that next year.