|CB2 linen panels|
I really wanted pinch pleats but you can't always get what you want and these should be fairly straight forward to sew. On to the flowers . . .
|Sedums 'Autumn Joy' and 'Matrona'|
|Zauschneria californica 'Wayne's Select'|
|Penstemon centranthifolius 'Scarlet Bugler'|
|Salvia 'Black and Blue'|
|Marigold 'Day of the Dead Orange'|
|Agastache 'Blue Blazes'|
Happy two days after bloom day, ya'll. Head over to May Dreams Gardens to see what everyone posted in a more timely manner than I. Thanks for hosting, Carol!
I will give you all the cuttings/seedlings you want, if it would make what you're going through right now any better.ReplyDelete
That Agastache 'ava' is really interesting - very different from the A. foeniculum I grow. Nice Sedums. I just planted some 'Matronna' - my first plants from this group.ReplyDelete
That one is wonderful and the bees love it!ReplyDelete
that is just about the sweetest sentence on earth. seriously.ReplyDelete
...and I really am lusting after that first agastache. none of my apricot agastaches sprouted this year. SAD.
Wow...you got some DRAMATIC lighting there! Your 'Ava' looks fabulous...it really got amazing structure this year (so rare for those mail-order plants in their first year)! Most of my mail-order Agastaches look like Jabba the Hut their first year.ReplyDelete
That's definitely how my Blue Blazes looks. It's really low to the ground. I've been trying to follow your lead and get out to photograph plants early in the morning. :)ReplyDelete
Worth the wait. The house color is the perfect background for that Canna.ReplyDelete