Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
Great collection of flowers. Some creative groupings.
What a lovely series of flowers! Excellent photos! Thanks for sharing! Thanks also for your visit! Have a great weekend.
WOW.... it looks like the Botanical Gardens at your place. Thank you for sharing on this fabulous Sunday. ENJOY the day dear Garden Friend!
Beautiful flowers, Darla. Love the Dahlias. We planted them one summer--and they did okay, but not great. SO--we didn't plant them again. Yours are gorgeous.Have a great day --and Memorial Day..Hugs,Betsy
How beautiful. Great shots Darla. I am patiently waiting for my yellow callas to arise, but now I won't be surprised if they turn out pink! I definitely need some dahlias..yours are exquisite.
Gorgeous as always Darla!
I look forward to the cone flowers. They are native to our area.I tried growing bee balm once; it didn't flower for me. No idea why.Great garden.
Beautiful series of really lovely flowers!
I am a Dahlia fan but don't have any in the new gardens. I was going to but could not find the PW's I wanted. You blooms are perfect today.
Beautiful!!! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!!Enjoy!!!XOXOCathy
Darla: What a great collection of flowers, you have a neat garden.
I love dahlias, Darla!How about that yellow callas in the middle of the pink ones? Very different!Nice week for you!
Beautiful garden and shots.
How lovely! Great shots of the wonderful flowers. :-) Are these from your yard?
Some of tem are very strange and fantastic.
Wonderful collection - last one especially caught my eye!
2sweetnsaxy: All flower photos are from my flower gardens unless otherwise stated.
Darla, You always have such pretty and interesting flowers! Thanks for visiting my blog and telling me the name of my plant.
wow I love your flowers here...very lovely!! thanks for the info about pansies!! appreciate it!! you seems to know a lot of flower names!! great!
Lovely blooms today Darla. I'm still waiting on my Monarda & Coneflowers. Your Dahlia is pretty. I have one that seems to be struggling this year after surviving our winters for 5 years in the ground. Have a nice rest of your weekend! :)
i do the same...most pictures of flowers are from our garden..unless otherwise stated...thanks for sharing your flowers too!
Wow, great set of flowers here Darla. And the dahlia is so difficult to grow, so delicate. Could be about the temperature we got here.
Darla those calla lilies are so pretty. Love the pink and yellow together.
Seeing your flowers always gets me anxious to see them bloom here, which won't be for months.
For some reason I can't grow dahlias or callas here(the armadillos eat my bulbs).Love your's tho.
Your garden and flowers are lovely! Beautiful Hibiscus! They all have such pretty names.
Beautiful garden flowers. So that's Amaranthus. Those leaves are medicinal too, extract the juice for bruises. And the Callas, I've seen them here more on white and yellow than pink. You must have green thumbs too! Thanks for the visit.
Oh I really love the first one but they are all beautiful shots. =)
I really think you have the prettiest garden I have ever seen! I mean that sincerely! :-)
Love your flowers Darla. I wish I had more blooming now as all this rain is so depressing.Anything I planted in the ground is history. The only thing surviving are the things I planted in tubs & whiskey barrels. That is mostly veggies.Hope you have a great Memorial Day.
Where did the yellow calla come from?Are your plants producing seed?
Ohh, I have a favorite, and it's the dahlia! I finally found my bag of 3 bulbs, is that what you call the roots? Anyway, I need to get them in the ground and see if they grow.
wow! love those beautiful flowers esp the dahlia, you have fabulous series of flowers so pretty as always.
Wow, nice flowers! You grow them in your garden, must have a green thumb. Also the pink calla lily, I have not seen that color, very beautiful, and the yellow too.
Impressive shots; well-done.
You must have lot of flowers around - I think I preferred the hibiscus.
A great set f flower photos, well done.
Nice, you've got a collection of different flowers.Have a blessed day
Hi, If I have to do a choice, I choice Dahlia of your today's flower colletion.It's spectacular flower.Thanks for sharing!
I love the coneflowers! I just wish I had better luck with them.
Its been awesome to see the Coneflower flowers grow and form.Jake
All pretty flowers. I'm really enjoying.
fabulous collection of flowers so beautiful..
Great selection of blooms! I love all your filled pots, especially the chair! Jean
I am still in love with your calalillies. I wonder if I can grow them down here?
beautiful dahlia and callas. happy weekdays.
Oooh so exciting about the yellow calla! Hope you are feeling better. :-)Frances
Hi Darla, what a lovely variety of beautiful blooms. Thank you for identifying each one. I love to learn the ones I don't know. It may take a while but their names are slowly sinking in :) Thank you so much for sharing and have a great week.
Darla,Great series of flower captures. Love them Smiles Barbara
I especially love other's dahlias because mine do not do so well.Donna
A lovely selection of gorgeous flowers! The second is my favourite :)
I planted a Mezoo this past month in a container and it's grown into such a beautiful trailing plant with the prettiest pink flowers like the one in your pictures. It's listed as an annual, but do you think it could survive the winter if I protected it from frost? It's currently in a container along with a small Ponkan tangerine plant that I'm growing until it's established - then was planning to put it in the ground next year. But I'd really love to know how I could preserve my Mezoo so I can enjoy it for many more years. I live in Jacksonville FL where a few days a year we can get lows in the 20s. My plant tag lists that it's cold hardy down to 32 degrees F. Thanks and I love your pictures!
Billie: As far as the Mezoo, I think you can bring it inside during the winter. I have been pinching mine and sticking it in different containers in hopes of saving some of it. You can also pinch some and stick it in the ground just to see what happens, that's how I learn. Thanks for visiting.
Thanks for your advice. I haven't tried to propagate them yet. Have the ones you propagated survived? Do you use root hormone or just stick them in soil?
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