The perennials in my garden are slowly coming to an end, but my annual containers continue to put on a show.
(old stove planted with Begonias, Impatiens, Fern, Sweet Potato Vine, and Wandering Jew)
This morning we awoke to frost on the lawn. Made me realize how quickly these beauties will be gone.
I grabbed my camera this afternoon and headed out for one last photo shoot before it’s too late.
(teapots with Impatiens, Coleus, and Wandering Jew)
The teapot on the lower rung is so full that you can’t even see the pot.
Don’t you love my little rusty truck?
I ended up with mostly peach colored Begonias this year, but they have been gorgeous!
(Bacopa, Geraniums, and Black Sweet Potato Vine in an old metal pot)
(Baby Bathtub filled with lots of greenery)
I pinched back the Petunias and Lavender in this bathtub and the greenery literally took over.
(Rudbeckia in an old fertilizer spreader)
My little rose tree still has a few blooms hanging on.
I’ve pulled a lot of the Lobelia out of planters because it was looking seedy.
But the Petunias and Geraniums were still pretty and I didn’t have the heart to pull them out yet.
I have four large annual pots that are overflowing.
(rusty metal plant stand)
(urns of Snapdragons)
The fairy garden in the wheelbarrow is so full that it’s hard to find a fairy. Can you see the buried arbor?
Oh look, there’s one!
I have just a few pretty roses.
Oh how I am going to miss these show stoppers!
I will be joining these fun parties: