Monday, August 3, 2015

Garden Colour

 The pink fibrous begonias in the pots are super dependable bloomers in half-shade.
Annual scabiosca (pincushion flower) blooming very freely, although the plants are floppy.
Dragonwing begonia has luscious shiny leaves and lots of flowers.

Nasturtiums are an inexpensive way for some bright colour as they can be seeded directly in the garden in the spring.
A peegee type hydrangea that brightens up a rough corner of the garden.

Pink phlox are bright and cheerful, and also smell delicious.


  1. Wonderful colours here. My garden is rather patchy this year: some things doing really well, but also some spectacular failures.

  2. Your garden is looking GREAT! Wish mine looked this good.