Remember this post about my pots…well look at how beautifully this urn has filled in.
As I was unveiling the spent blooms…I came upon some ‘lost’ plants that had been covered underneath of all of the fallen foliage. a few newly planted roses from last summer are now allowed some sunshine. Cutting back the red twig dogwoods, gave space for the Red Coral Bark Maple to breath. I am now anxiously awaiting the explosion of hydrangea blooms to replace the pretty peonies.
This flagstone pathway will soon be filled with blooming roses that I planted last year. It is just finishing up with the the coral bells and poppies…(please don’t notice the weeds).
A couple new blooms to mention (in order) is the Japanese Water Iris, Penstemon, Spirea, Phlomis Russeliana, Viburnum, and Daylily that began to bloom this week.
During the clean up ~ I managed to salvage a few blooms to enjoy just a little longer! Love how the peonies and flowering daisy (this one is a weed) look in the watering cans…
To see where else I am linking to this week – please check my “Cottage Links” label…xoxo, tracie