I haven’t put a lot of effort into my container garden this year because I’m moving out July 12 and leaving it for the new owners. So in the spring to fill the pots I dug up sprouting plants from nearby garden beds and stuck them in the containers which would normally hold showy annuals.
Two pots held forget-me-nots which bloomed early, then they were attacked by mildew, so yesterday I pulled them out but wanted to replace them with something. I found some inexpensive New Guinea impatiens, four seedlings in a basket, and another which has purple flower on a stalk – looks like it might be lavender but I’m not detecting any lavender scent yet, maybe the flowers aren’t far enough along. In any case they fit the bill and look good in the pots.
The Siberian iris has started blooming – in another day or two there will be several fully open. The single small petunia seedlings I stuck in the hanging pots has filled out and looks great. Their purple colour complements the iris.
The rhododendron flowers are also now opening.
And the two hibiscus which I am taking with me look like they will have a couple of new flowers each day:
I am going to miss watching everything grow. However I will still have my indoor garden with me (most of it, anyway):
A house without plants just isn’t a home, as far as I’m concerned!
Hi Judith, I think you have either Indigo or Baptisia (aka false indigo)
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Such beautiful flowers! 😀 The new owners will be delighted to acquire such a well-maintained garden.
I’m so glad that you’re taking the hibiscus with you ❤ the shades are lovely.