What's not to like
They go together.
You may recall that when thinning sunflowers have a look at the stems. The green stem on the left will produce light colors and the darker stem on the right will produce the vivid reds and rust colors.
A few Foxglove for contrast makes for a festive show.
New fingerling potatoes look at home with apples and pears.
These tuberous begonias have been in the same pots for years. They go into the greenhouse before the frost where they are forgotten until they show new growth in the Spring.
I didn't think that I would like these pale peach colored Foxglove...they have become one of my favorites.
A few volunteer sunflowers show up in the potato and squash patch. The planted seeds (on the left and growing in a row) always bloom a few weeks later.
This is the time of year we like to be outside, working in the garden and relaxing in the shade when the sun is high.
Don't forget to cut a few flowers to enjoy inside.
I'm getting ready to welcome visitors today and tomorrow.
Our town is celebrating with a Blue Grass Festival and
A horse drawn wagon will bring visitors to my studio.
Have a wonderful week dear friends.