Yes these morning glories are late to the
gate! Now it will be race before the frost hits
to produce more blooms!
They aren't much to brag about but I took a
On the right side I also have a
Sweet Autumn Clematis planted which has a
bunch of blooms at the top that are
just waking up too!
Last year I had 1/3rd the amount of vines of
the morning glories, but 5 times the amount
of flowers...and they should be blue not pink!
I think I should have given them a quick
I've let the vines run their own course and
haven't been trimming them. Usually I
keep it more trimmed but this year I
thought I would see how it would look if I
let it be more natural.
Last weekend the morning sun was shining
in and out of the trees and I watched
it for about a half hour while having
my morning coffee and finally decided
to snap a few pictures.
I set this 3 ft. tall dove statue by the hostas
and hydrangeas. By August the Limelight's
had hidden it pretty well. I guess I'll
find another spot for it next year.
A few more roses were blooming so I cut
them and made an arrangement with some
hydrangeas. I cut some of the spiky leaves
from the Cordyline spike plant and stuck
them in there for some added interest.
That's a wrap for this week!
Hope you are having a good one and will have a great weekend!
I'm linking with Fishtail Cottage-Floral Thursdays