Daffy Dale

Daffy Dale

Friday, October 26, 2018

Flower Friday, a 2019 Plan!

As we tidied up the garden for fall, we began to reflect on what we would like to see more of next year.
What plants provide the most joy and color, with the least amount of effort?
What plants do the deer and rabbits ignore?
 
As we head towards November, here is what is still blooming in our landscape.
 
Nasturtiums, wild Daisies, Foxglove, ornamental Grasses, Hollyhocks, Sage, Roses and Helenium.
 
 
What's on your plant list for 2019??
 
Wyatt
 
 
 
 

9 comments:

  1. Oh gosh, you have loads of colour still. So pretty.
    Er, I asked Gail if she had a plant list and she looked somewhat evasive and then said we can spend time planting stuff in our garden or going for lots of long walks in our beautiful Scottish countryside and looking at the wild flowers, and which would I prefer?
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  2. You have lots of beautiful flowers still in bloom!

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  3. Wow!! What a beautimous selection of flowers you still have! Mama says next year we are going to do wildflowers...and maybe a container or 2 of berries!!!
    xoxo,
    Arty, Rosy(whose butt is NOT big) and Jakey the Dino

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  4. My ghostwriter says her garden consists of whatever thrives on neglect and comes back every year on its own. That means sedum, phlox, black-eye-susan, daisies, woodruff, day lilies, and oregano.

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  5. We don't have a plan yet, but Mom says plants that rabbits and deer leave alone, AND she would love to find plants that Sibes will leave alonge:) We have no clue what she is talking about.

    Have a wonderful fall weekend.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  6. We'll just have the same old 'drought resistant' varieties...BOL! Your flowers are beautiful.

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  7. about the only flowers left blooming here are our mums.
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  8. What beautiful flowers you still have in Bloom :) Milo,Jet & Arli

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