New Flower-Oxypetalum, originally uploaded by DianthusMoon.
I love ‘true blue’ flowers and found this up in Kirkwood at Groff’s Nursery. Isn’t this a neat one?
It’s been raining off and on and I ran out to get a few groceries and my new medicine. When I came home I planted sweet potato vine and portulaca in my big strawberry jars that grace the flagstone patio.
I finally found the rest of my fairies and will set them out soon. I do like to mulch a few of my gardens as it makes them tidier looking. Wouldn’t mossy green mulch be a different idea for a fairy garden? I guess nothing stays green except for moss-maybe I am on to something here-lol. : )
Love the pretty blue of your new plant. I have never seen that plant before.
I think mossy green mulch would be perfect for a fairy garden. I have never seen any, so perhaps you will market it and become filthy rich!
I have been busy the past few days and am just catching up on your posts.
It looks like you are way further along in your gardening than I am. I plan to take next week off work and get everything done. I have not checked the weather forecast. I hope it will be warmer!
I agree with you, they need to start selling mossy green mulch….get cracking at patenting it! hehe I haven’t even started on my faerie garden yet but got a lot of other yard work done this week. Today it’s pouring rain so I’ve been doing housework, laundry and packing…off to NF for the long weekend:-) I can’t wait until I can start planting annuals but have to wait a couple of weeks yet. As Zoey says, you are so way ahead of us:-) xoxo
Oops, forgot to mention that Roamy would love to go to your place after I’m done with him:-) I put up a post today about his visit here and am bringing him to Niagara Falls with me but I’ll then pack him up on Tuesday and send him to you. xoxo