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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

2013 Back Garden Containers III

Here are more comparison photos of the back garden containers.
Some of the changes have been dramatic.

May 20
purple angelonia and silver falls dichondra

July 1
purple angelonia and silver falls dichondra

August 6
purple angelonia and silver falls dichondra

May 20
green sweet potato vine

July 1
green sweet potato vine

August 6

green sweet potato vine

May 20
asparagus fern and rose moss   

July 1
asparagus fern and rose moss

May 20
ice plant

July 1
ice plant

August 6

asparagus fern and rose moss
ice plant

May 20
variegated sweet potato vine and wave petunias

July 1
variegated sweet potato vine, fiber optic grass and wave petunias 

August 6
variegated sweet potato vine, fiber optic grass and wave petunias

May 20
ice plant and rose moss

July 1
ice plant and rose moss

August 6
ice plant and rose moss

May 20
white wave petunia

July 1
white wave petunia and morning glory

August 6

white wave petunia and morning glory

May 20
vincas

July 1
begonias

August 6


May 20
dianthus

dianthus
July 1
dianthus

August 6

dianthus

May 20
vincas

July 1
vincas

August 6

May 20
impatiens

July 1
impatiens
August 6
impatiens

May 20
caladiums   

July 1
caladiums

August 6
caladiums

May 20
white bacopa
gold dust mecardonia and wandering jew cuttings
gold dust mecardonia and wandering jew cuttings

July 1
white bacopa
gold dust mecardonia and wandering jew cuttings
gold dust mecardonia and wandering jew cuttings

August 6

white bacopa
gold dust mecardonia and wandering jew cuttings
gold dust mecardonia and wandering jew cuttings

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7 comments:

  1. Amazing changes in them. The summer has certainly gone fast, hasn't it?

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  2. You definitely have the knack with containers (I am envious)! Sweet potato vines really are beautiful, aren't they? And your impatiens and begonias are thriving, too.....

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  3. You really did a lot of containers. Didn't realize you did so many. Love the looks of them.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. You really do have a lot of containers and they are so beautiful. I enjoy Galvanized containers used at planters. But your stacked pots are my favorite, so neat...

    You have a misprint on the Caladium naming them Impatiens...

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    1. Thanks for the misprint info. Missed that last month too. Darn copy and paste.

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  5. I love all your containers and it was nice to see how they changed over the season. They look fantastic, I particularly like the bottom one.

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  6. Looks great!! Do you mind saving me some more purple hyacinth bean?? I didn't get it planted where it would survive last summer. I saw some in Lendonwood gardens last week. .and it is soooo pretty!! I had never seen it in real life! I'll be excited to see how everything looks by the first of October!!

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