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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Wordless Wednesdays: Wishing for Summer

It's 34 degrees in Tulsa. Much colder than I think it should be allowed in March. While I'm waiting for it to warm up enough for me to examine my beds and get my Spring garden work done, I thought I'd share some photos of last Summer.

My purple fountain grass -- it looks dead right now, I'm hoping it comes back.


My Hollyhocks were a new addition last year. They were pretty sparce, only a few stems. I'm hoping they've reseeded well enough and more will come back.


And my reliables. I have Daylillies and Stella Doro's tucked throughout my gardens for splashes of color. I'm really looking forward to seeing these beauties again this year.


3 comments:

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

What beautiful blooms! I like your white hollyhock especially. I used to have an old-fashioned H., but it always had rusty leaves. Does your plants have such problem?
Thank you for your comment on my magnolia blooms post. I hope this spring will be warm and sunny in Oklahoma. My husband is from Tulsa.
Happy March to you!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

What gorgeous blooms. Thanks for sharing them. I just love your double white blooming hollyhocks. So pretty! Did you grow them from seed?
Lona

Kathryn said...

Hi, Sweetie, I hope you did follow up on your dreams and get your garden going again. One of the maxims I teach is "Reframe all error as learning." Don't be hard on yourself. The Earth will always be ready for that next seed. Your white hollyhocks are beautiful. Hope you got plenty this year.

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