Welcome to the 3rd week of the garden party! I’ll be hosting the party here every Tuesday in May and would love for you to join the party! Dig in the dirt and show off your planties!
Combining flower shapes and colors is one of my favorite things about gardening. Contrasting flower colors can complement each other for an even more beautiful display and there are endless possibilities.
Frey’s greenhouse is my go to place for inspiration. I took these pictures while shopping there and I can shop there for hours! Visiting your local garden center will give you lots of inspiration, that’s for sure.
A Black Velvet petunia is paired with yellow nasturtium and a bright orange Gerber Daisy.
This is Pretty Much Picasso Supertunia. It’s bright pink with a purple center and lime green around the edges of the flower.
This planter really WOWED me. I saw it as soon as I walked in the door and loved it! It’s got the perfect example of thrillers, fillers and spillers!
Some pots contain annuals and perennials. I think the light colored leaves in the right side of this pot are perennial Coral Bells.
You can check them out on Facebook to see more examples of their amazing combinations.
Now let’s get on to the Garden Party, here are 2 from last week.
The Handmade Housewife shared her repurposed book rack. I love the idea of using unusual things as planters.
Color Transformed Family showed off her lovely Purslane. This is a plant I have never tried, but I might now.
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Our vegetable garden is planted now and the lettuce, sugar peas and Spring onions are doing well…..can’t wait for those juicy tomatoes!
If you don’t have anything about gardening or plants to link up this week, come back next Tuesday for another plant party link up and show off your dirty fingernails or green knees. It’s fun digging in the dirt!
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Happy gardening, Debbie (((xx)))