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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Blue glories

Just when you think you have every color in the garden...
you find lovely morning glories sunning their baby blues.
And these purple blooms are verbena on a stick, transplants from my dear friend, Alice.  They grow on tall stems so they are hard to get a good picture of but they are delightful in person.
I can't wait to see what color the lilies are that she brought me yesterday.  The fall rains have given new life to the flower garden and turned our pastures green again.

1 comment:

  1. You will be pulling out morning glory seedlings forever now. They are pretty, though. I noticed some growing in with my hyacinth bean vines, but after they start blooming I don't have the heart to pull them up. Which means I too will be pulling out morning glory seedlings forever.


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