Heres another picture of my million bells that survived all last winter.
Wow, Steve. They not only survived, they thrived. Can't get them to live through the summers here. And my rose picture from yesterday was taken before the JBs arrived.
Incredibleball Hydrangea Bloom. These are supposed to get huge but it is their first year so maybe next year they will be bigger.
Sunflower with a visitor.
Pink Asiatic Lilies
Aren't we lucky on this forum? We get to see everyone's gardens, all across the continent, in different zones. Those gardens to the south of us, give us a preview for what is to bloom in our gardens, weeks ahead of our own blooms!
Of course sometimes I am very envious when I see what can survive milder winters and longer growing seasons. But I still look forward each day to seeing what others are growing.
Here are some views of the border gardens at the west side of my house.
To Plant a Garden is to Believe in Tomorrow
Beautiful pics everyone, here is my first pink lisianthus (only had white and yellow and the yellow is so pale it looks white LOL)
Hummer on our blue salvia.
Nice pictures. Here is a picture of our pumpkins that we did't plant. LOL
Gary a west KY Gardener! (ZONE 6)
Sweet million bells, Steve! I'll bet the hummingbirds love that.
Gayle, I think that is a nice start for your hydrangea. I got a start from my mom and can only hope my bush looks as good as yours next year. I'm not sure what to expect.
What pretty phlox you have, Wendy! I used to have similar to that color and enjoyed it a lot. For some reason, it died out. I also have white phlox and I can't seem to get rid of that. I divided it up and moved it and it lives on in so many different places now. I would think it was the perfect plant if it didn't have the powdery mildew issues that it does. I do love the fragrance it gives off. Makes the PM problem worth it.
Leroy, your sunflower is a beauty!
Okay, Charlene, those lilies are to die for! So gorgeous.
All I can say Iris is , "WOW!" Your gardens are stunning.
I love that pale pink, Deloris! It is sweet to me.
Jane, that is an awesome picture! I love the salvia and its friend.
Those are some kind of volunteer plants you have going there, Gary. I can't wait to see the pumpkins you get from it.
These are volunteer Larkspur that I love! Guess I am having a love affair with pale pink today. LOL!
Great pictures ! I enjoyed all the blooms and the pumpkins, Gary, lol !
Azalia (Gibraltar) ...
Hosta, Goldmound Spirea, Chunk of Marble, lol, Peony up top ...
Japanese Maple, Japaneese Willow, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Privet Hedge ...
Here's my million bells. I just love them. it was supposed to have a light purple in there but the greenhouse I went to didn't have the light ones.Love everyone's garden.Just think we are beautifing the our own little corner of the world. Sandy
All of the pictures are so pretty....I really enjoy this thread each day....thanks, Steve for doing all you do to promote this and keep it going.
Iris...you have posted such lovely pics yesterday and today....your yard must be a sight to behold right now.
Giddey....glad to see you sharing pics again. I always enjoy a peek at your gardens. Charlene
Gayle... That hydrangea is really pretty and likely as it gets older will have bigger blooms.
Wendy... Your phlox loolks like one of mine. They are one of my favorite flowers to grow.
Leroy... Sunflowers are always fun flowers to grow and they do seem to get quiet a few visitors.
Charlene... Those are beautiful lilies. Thats such a soft pink look color as well.
Iris... Such nice beds bordering your home. You folks with these beautiful clematis thats full of blooms make me so jealous. I have one but it only as two or three blossoms at a time.
Deloris... Your flower is just beautiful. Thats one of those flowers I'm not familiar with but sure enjoy seeing them on this thread.
Jane... That is a beautiful picture. Such a great closeup of the hummer and the beautiful blue flower as well.
Gary... Those pumpkins sure came up in a nice row. Sure hope no one around there is getting CRS lol
Karen... You do have some really pretty larkspur there....... And yes the hummingbirds do like my million bells.
Giddeyup... Theres quiet a few nice looking flowers there and that orange azalea is especially pretty.
Sandy... No wonder you love your million bells. They are filled with blossoms and they are also a beautiful color.
Y'all always post great pictures and today was no exception. Thanks for all those pictures and the comments too.
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