At A Glance: Labor Day

September 1, 2014 (17)window box with lime alocasia

Sept. 1a 2014 (1)Belgian stoneware planted with Persian Shield, polka dot plant, and King begonias

DSC_3987pink dahlias, Persian Queen geraniums, and petunias

June 24 2014 (4)white dahlias, blue salvia, angelonia, showy oregano, frosted curls grass, and petunias

September 1, 2014 (3)shade pot

Sept. 1a 2014 (16)black and limeSept. 1a 2014 (3)window box

Sept. 1a 2014 (18)shade pot

September 1, 2014 (44)window boxes at the shop

August 1, 2014 (64)boxwood, silver shield plectranthus, and variegated licorice

September 1, 2014 (48)late summer

September 1, 2014 (50)Gardening is a whomping lot of work.  But there are the fruits that come from that labor.

Comments

  1. Every pot and window box — a joy to behold!

  2. Each one is an inspiration and they seem to be going through the season quite well.

  3. Your blog is wonderful. Excellent writing,well organized and your containersoiî take my breath away.

    This is the first fan letter I have written in my whole life.

  4. Jennifer Smith says

    These are wonderful. What plant is cascading down in your 2nd window box? Just lovely.

  5. Beautiful. I almost wish it was spring again so I can plant more containers. The plants in each seem so well balanced. Do you trim during the season to keep one plant from dominating?

  6. Deborah Silver says

    Dear Bev, thanks for the compliment-I appreciate it! Best Deborah

  7. Deborah Silver says

    Dear Jennifer, creeping jenny and lime potato vine. Thanks, Deborah

  8. Deborah Silver says

    Dear Ben, you can get close to creating shape and balance by your plant choices. I dead head flowers, but I do not trim the plants. Best, Deborah

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