I am awfully excited about my first foxglove.
Vinca and a vintage garden spreader.
Phlox-often seen at old home places here in the south.
It is very slow growing.
Nasturtium I grew from seed.
It is one of the easier flowers to grow from seed.
I am trying to buy only petunias (annuals) this year at the nursery.
They can take our heat.
The geraniums in the earlier post were an unexpected bargain.
However I am easily swayed when it comes to flowers my peeps.
The perennials are emerging in the flower garden.
Some have winter burn but will survive.
My rusty wheelbarrow is always nearby.
That pod of grass was filled with felled pine trees from the February ice storm.
In a few weeks the flower garden will be filled with
blooming roses, day lilies, and other beauties.
We are thankful for rain yesterday.
We took items to the booths and got incredibly wet but had a good time.
If you are in the Deep South plants labeled full sun (not roses) really need
some partial shade because our full sun is brutal.
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