Grape hyacinth, muscari armeniacum
, blooming with calluna vulgaris ‘Firefly’
and erica darleyensis ‘Mediterranean Pink’.
A lone allium caeruleum amid blue fescue, festuca glauca ‘Elijah Blue’ and forget me nots,myosotis alpestris.
Blue primrose from the grocery store.
Eryngium alpinum with visitor.
Veronica ‘Georgia Blue’
foliage in left corner, spiky foliage of eremurus
showing. I am giving up on growing these desert candles after three tries ending in failure.
Phlox subulata ‘Emerald Blue’
with a mix of daffodils.
Anemone coronaria DeCaen ‘Giant Blue Poppy’
with penstemon digitalis ‘Husker Red’
What the purpose of these three postings really is, to say goodby to the once beloved Miata. It was so fun when first purchased in 1989, top down, wind in your hair, the most wonderful purring sound of the engine. It has now been given to the Kidney Foundation to raise money for dialysis for needy patients. A big part of the allure of this car was its beautiful blue color. We’ll remember the good times.
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