Blue In The Garden-Part Two

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Dooley’

Japanese maple ‘Peaches ‘N Cream’ underplanted with Virginia bluebells, mertensia virginica.

From the front of the house, the blue strawberry jar planted with phormium and creeping thymes, blue patio chair and blue garage door.

Ajuga reptans in bloom with cerastium far left, scilla peruviana in bud and dwarf ribbon grass, phalaris arundinacea picta ‘Dwarf’s Garters’.

Scilla peruviana in bloom

Flax, linum perenne with penstemon digitalis ‘Husker Red’ behind

Nigella damascena

Blue fisherman’s glass float in pond with friends

This concludes part two of Blue In The Garden. Stay tuned for the wrap up with part three tomorrow.

Still resting,


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9 Responses to Blue In The Garden-Part Two

  1. brokenbeat says:

    bloom blue bloom. let’s all chant together now. bloom blue bloom. the sound of our voices will bring on the spring. join in. bloom blue bloom. yeah.

  2. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    I have a much smaller version of your blue strawberry pot. It is the most successful strawberry pot I have ever attempted. I put succulents in it. Finally success.

  3. chuck b. says:

    Tell us more about the stone walls on your house!

  4. Frances says:

    chuck b…you must be psychic, that is an upcoming topic already a draft.

  5. semi says:

    bloom blue bloom. Is it working. What a great series

  6. Frances says:

    semi…it is working in our dreams. thanks.

  7. Kiki says:

    Wow!!! Frances, these are so gorgeous and awesome..I am totally enjoying your posts on more to go..! Spectacular! Pure magic!

    Thanks Kiki. Do keep in mind that these are the very beginning posts of someone just finding their voice. It obviously had not been found yet. 🙂

  8. Your front entrance is absolutely beautiful, and the Giant Blue Poppy Anemone is gorgeous. One more for the list. 🙂 Rebecca

    Thanks Rebecca and welcome.

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