April 13, 2013

2013 ~ LOOK WHAT'S GROWING SERIES ~ UPDATE ON MY FOUNTAIN PLANTER!

I went to my local garden store and couldn't resist picking up a couple perennials for my fountain planter.
Here is what it looks like now!


These are the plants I planted.
Bleeding Heart Pink

Lithodora Grace Ward 

Cheddar Pinks Peppermint Star

 Hosta Brim Cup


And this is
Vinca minor, sometimes called Periwinkle or Creeping Myrtle.
(Thanks Beuna)


Have a fabulous weekend.
HAPPY GARDENING!

30 comments:

  1. You have a beautiful garden already! And it will look heavenly when it'll start to bloom ♥

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  2. Lovely plants but is the soil deep enough for the bleeding hearts or are you treating them as an annual?

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    1. Arija, you are absolutely right! I need to move her so that they can get bigger! Thanks!

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  3. Oh, my Goodness. That is coming along nicely. Beautiful now but really gonna be more beautiful once it fills in and spreads some more.Nice variety of plants.
    You done a wonderful job.
    I totally love your fountain.
    ColleenB.
    Texas

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  4. Such a pretty assortment and will be gorgeous when they all fill in! Bleeding Heart is a favorite of mine. So nice to meet you. I am your newest follower and will be so happy to welcome you to my cottage too.

    Big Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  5. So pretty... I must do my front flower pots soon

    Mollyxxx

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    1. Thanks Molly, Would love to see your front porch flower pots when you get them done!

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  6. I shopped for perennials too, I love them. Your fountain planter is precious.

    Hugs,

    Valerie
    Cottage Making Mommy
    www.lovingmyheartandhome.blogspot.com

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    1. I do too, just plant them once and they keep coming back!!

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  7. Lovely-- no planting here yet! Visiting from MHC.

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  8. Karen, Looks great! The last one is Vinca minor, sometimes called Periwinkle or Creeping Myrtle.

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    1. Thanks Beuna, what would I do without your knowledge!! You ROCK!

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  9. Your planter will look lovely! Such a neat idea.

    Thanks so much for joining in this week. I'd appreciated it if you would link back to my blog.

    Claudia

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    1. Oh, thank you Claudia, I did link back to your blog at the bottom of my blog.

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  10. Now that's a great idea! And your perennials are lovely. One day you will be able to separate the Hosta and have more! Mine is very prolific.

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  11. thanx for linking up to *weekend flowers* with your pretty flowers :)

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  12. These are lovely Karen, and I also thank you for linking with Today's Flowers. Wishing you a great week :)

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  13. det kommer nog att bli väldigt fint längre fram i sommar när de växt till sig.
    ha en fin vecka
    Kram Meta

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  14. Lindo jardim! Sua primavera será florida!

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  15. Love this idea! The planter turned out beautiful. I came over to your blog from Robyn (my pink stamper)

    Marilyn C.

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