Isn't it gorgeous against the old boards. Love the shade.
I love the pretty purple flowers! Happy Weekend:@)
You mow off those pretty little flowers? Your iphone photo is amazingly sharp. You almost don't need your fancy camera anymore.
That would be fine with me:}
beautiful little lavender bits of happiness!!
Can't grow vinca here - we had it in Kansas when I was growing up - in fact, that photo could be Kansas. We mowed it too.
I had a vinca vine in my bike basket last year and one of my readers warned me to trim the vinca vine before it took over. I don't think it would happen here in my zone 3 garden. I think they are annuals here.
Great shot, Olive.
we love the stuff. it has been growing on the side yard & back yard for some time now ... love the flowers. ( :
Very pretty! I wouldn't mind having an overgrowth of that pretty vine!I love the quality of the pictures my daughter takes with her Iphone. I would like to get one just for the camera!!XO,Jane
I love vinca. I started with five solid color and five variegated. I now have half a yard full. you are right I just mow over what I don't want or invite neighbors to come over and pull some up. Beautiful photograph!
Blooms in the garden! I still have some snow, if you'd like some variety in your landscape! :)
Lovely photos! We have some of those planted, too, but they aren't as vigorous here!
Lovely shot - like a still life - Vinca is the correct name for the plant but here we tend to call it periwinkle blue. I have one with a lovely variegated leaf, and you are right it is rampant.
I like vinca. It's hardiness and prettiness are win-win in my book.
Oh, the green vines and the purple flowers are so pretty against the old wood. I would love to see some green here. We are still covered with snow.
We have Vinca running amok up the side of our house. The blue flowers are pretty, but it's an absolute thug when it gets hold - no flowers here for a long time yet.
Gosh, I've got that Vinca vine in my garden, Olive! It certainly does spread, but the little blue flowers are very pretty. Do hope you're feeling a little better.
thanks for showing something GREEN and something BLOOMING! Spring come on!
This is picture perfect. I have nothing in my yard, but hard, dry ground. The rain didn't help my brick yard one bit. Ugh. I need a landscaper. HA! No doing. I can't even get daffodils to bloom. Someone gave me some 3 years ago to remember Mama each Spring. They have not come up. The lily and Amaryllis that were pulled up from the old house have refused to budge. Oh well, I'll enjoy yours!
What a gorgeous photo, Olive!Your weeds look better than my flower beds!!!Hugs,Patti
I adore your comments. They are like finding unexpected chocolates. olive