ART JOURNAL: Any blank book I fill with my drawings.
Did you deliberately plant only purple flowers in your garden? Amazing how many there are.
Elspeth, do those all look purple to you on your computer? The Mexican Primroses are very PINK, as are those others in front yard...deep rose; no, I also have a passion vine that is white/blue/pink/green; and bright orange trumpet vine not yet blooming, yellow daffodils past bloom; pink peach tree blossoms; dark red geranium; blue lily of the Nile; not sure what the hydragia will be pink or blue this year, will show you when it blooms, and some bearded iris that are orangy, but some that are light lavender/blue.So no, not ALL purple. ;-)
Very pretty flowers. I love to see what grows in other areas of the country. Your yards are very nice.
Lynn they mostly look purple to me too. Lovely variety of plantings. Now you can get out the lawn chair and relax and just look, hmmm??
i close my eyes and see more...i wake up and dream more......i'm walking with beautyhand in hand
lovely lovely Lavendar Lynn! if YOU had a farm, I know what I would call it. what is the start shaped flower fourth from the top?
The forth flower is a weed! LOLI do not know it's name, but I find them pretty and leave them there. Lavendar Lynn, a nice gay name for sure: ;-) I like it too!
ooooo pretty.. Yes they look lavender to me too. wow they that vine does tend to take over. but then I like plants that do. Then I dont have to plant more plants.:)More bang for your money. :)Love your yard.
A weed :) Yes, that would be me -- finding beauty in a weed !! Thanks Lynn
Photo no 4: a purple star burst of a flower. Wonderful!
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