Peek out the window into my color-filled courtyard garden. You will see color everywhere.
Is there ever anything better?
Two Talavera pottery pots, one a “window box” and the other a delicious pottery pig!
Look at the color in that pottery. They are beautifully done.
Flower carpet ground covers below… sadly it’s too hot for them.
A moss-lined hanging pot filled with orange nemesia, aster, sky blue lobelia and a pink geranium.
There’s many inspiring ideas online if you’d like to try making one yourself! With a little guidance at the nursery garden center, I was able to make myself a few that lived on into the fall! The one above isn’t the best example of the actual hanging basket but the flowers are wonderfully colorful. 🙂
When you increase the number of gardens, you increase the number of heavens too!~Mehmet Murat Ildan
My garden has a lot of potted geraniums! Geraniums love the abundant sunshine of Sonoma County, CA! And because they’re so easy to start with small cuttings, I now have many, too many plants! The geranium link above explains everything about them INCLUDING how to grow them from cuttings!
It’s not at all difficult but I learned from my grandmother who loved them, Sweet Peas and Trixie, her border collie!
Raining geranium flower petals…
red geraniums + pennies
In our life there is a single color, as on an artist’s palette, which provides the meaning of life and art.Marc Chagall
It is the color of love.