Zinnia, cosmos, daisy and marigold seeds are in these envelopes.
Can you believe that 2015 is officially half over? Seems like the year just started, right? I don’t know about you, but it’s been a pretty good first six months for me. The inside of my house is slowly coming together and is getting that lived-in feel. The outside, specifically the backyard, definitely has a lot more going for it than when we moved in and it was just a blank slate of green grass. A couple raised beds, a crape myrtle shrub/tree and several containers and hanging plants later, it feels a lot more like a backyard I
would want. Continue reading
Even in their demise, my zinnias will breathe new life into my flower garden. Most of my zinnias still look gorgeous, but when I was snipping off dead cosmos tops, I found this hidden zinnia (above). Continue reading
Since I’m in Wisconsin, I thought I’d repost a few of my favorite photos from gardens past. Continue reading
Zinnias in the middle tier.
While I absolutely adore the way a cosmos looks, I think I may have to lean more on zinnias here in Texas. Continue reading
Two more cosmos flowers–light pink and dark pink–were blooming when I got home from work. If this keeps up, the three-tiered flower bed will be full of blooms within a week.
My backyard will be beautiful!