The one to the right, is a tiny succulent that blooms every summer.
This beautiful specimen below is a lace cap hydrangea. It is absolutely gorgeous to watch the flower head develop. Every step is amazing.
This is a perennial succulent I have in a pink pot!
This is an heirloom plant called "Turtle Head"...I inherited this self sower with the cottage. I have transplanted a few at home, but are slow to spread.
This is a pink Obedient plant. Again, from the cottage. It flowers from the bottom up, and has a square stock!
|They bloom in the late summer, and as you can see, it is quite a display...I have them in several beds throughout my property, so when they all bloom, it is awesome. The Hummingbirds love love love the Obedient plants|
|Ahhhhh the Peony..I brought these 26 years ago from my mom's garden in Port Hope, and they have never disappointed|
|Love the pink tips of the succulent|
A basket of pink impatiens and pink kalanchoe....also a succulent that blooms for a very long time. Actually sold as a house plant, but I find them excellent for summer baskets.
|Who can forget the perennial Sweet Pea..lovely to look at, and very sweet smelling|
|The Hollyhock is as old as the hills....I am lucky enough to have several different pink varieties|
Sweet Pea buds
another under appreciated plant by some gardeners...the Begonia..I can honestly say that I think they are splendid, and very long lasting
This is a close-up of a very common plant...the Sedum...just the regular variety...beautiful, eh??
|The Geranium is fabulous...long flowering, and easy to over to over-winter...they will bloom 'til the frost|
|The fall mum is truly a great performer...year after year|
|can't forget the violet|
|or the Easter Hydrangea|
|Cosmos always a big favorite|
|and of course the Rose of Sharon|
Hope you all enjoyed my "pink post"
Tell me what you think of the new format...too big???
too colorful???? give me your thoughts...
I appreciate your input!
Have a great pink day......