I'm actually surprised at how well the geraniums and begonias are doing what with the heat and drought. Your planters are truly lush!
I want those caladiums , what great plants they are. very nice, take acre, Gina
They look great! Mine have dwindled down to mostly succulents left. It has been a hot summer!
How lovely ... you are so lucky not to have my rabbits! They sat on each pot and ate every morsel of leaf till there were no more. They do not seem to like marigolds though. My containers were not so lush as your! ;>)
Your plants look wonderful!. I have a geranium, and it is struggling. I fertilize, water, and baby it, and it hasn't grown, and looks very sorry for itself. Sigh.Suzanne
Such a welcoming sight!
~MarthaI think the patio helps give a little shade during the middle of the day so the containers there get a break.~DarlaThank you.~GinaThe caladiums have been the easiest thing this summer. ~AmyI baby the patio plants a bit to keep some green by the back door. Things are crispier in the yard.~CarolI had a rabbit do that one summer to my front porch containers. Frustrating.~MelanieThank you.~SuzanneSorry to hear your geranium isn't happy. Maybe it'll perk up with the cooler weather.~MildredThank you. I like sitting out there with them.
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