Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Front Border


Here's that front border of mine which was looking rather feeble a few weeks back. Compost, water and sunshine have made quite a difference! Posted by Hello

4 comments:

Lauri B. said...

Aha. Not only can I post as Anonymous, I can post as "Other". :) Which, I think, suits me. LOL. I wish I'd noticed those other little circles to tick earlier. The flowers are breathtaking. (Thanks for your email, I have loads to write back.)

Lora said...

They're soming up quite nicely. I've never tried to grow flowers, except for pots of african violets, which I overwatered.

Sue said...

I love flowers... patches of colour in what can be a brown and dry-looking climate. It took me a couple of years to work out which ones would grow and flourish here, and it still goes against the grain to plant out bedding plants in November knowing they'll survive the winter and die out when it gets too hot. In the UK they get planted out around May, bloom all summer, and die out when the first frost comes in october or so.

Lora said...

I understand your discomfort with planting "out of season" I'm discovering quite a bit of that needs to be done here.