My Pansies have really done great this winter. I have ten pots of them. I really like the ones that hang down. This pot sits on the timbers that divide the two eight foot Gerber Daisey beds, on one side I have yellow and pink on the other side is yellow and red. There are two sitting on these timbers.
This is the other pot that sits on the timbers. I have a Dusty Miller in the middle of this one.
Showing color. This is in the bed behind the bench. All the flowers in this bad are to be purple. I bought some flowers last year that were suppose to be evergreen. They were not and did not even live through the winter. No more ordering from on line nurseries, unless I know the plant. So I will have to hope I can find some purple flowers to plant here, at nurseries. I may try a sage. In the center of this bed I have Stokes Asters. I planted them last spring and they bloomed. I did not expect them to.
This Camellia is called Debutant starts blooming in November and blooms all winter. Carrel has one also. I have gotten him planting all kinds of flowers. The only thing wrong with this beautiful Camellia is the buds turn brownish around the edges from the cold.
This bush has really grown. Last year it bloomed in December, however they just started opening last week. I will plant some more this fall but they will be blooming when I buy them, if I can find them. I want something blooming all the time in my yard. I am almost there.
No I did not put a picture on twice, I have two of these. They are really loaded with buds. They will be blooming for a while.
really is. It is so little not more than three feet tall however it has buds from top to bottom.
This was taken about a week ago.
This is another welcomed flower in the spring. and the fragrance is wonderful. I planted about fifty more last fall, red,and purple. They are up and showing color, but not fully bloomed out yet.