I like an undulating flower bed that is less formal. I grew all the pink impatiens from seed in my basement under lights. My kids laughingly call it my grow op. Saves a lot of money and the plants are further ahead as I could not plant this year until late May. This picture is taken in early August and by late September the beds have been cleaned and are ready for winter and snow.
Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime ('Jane') (PBR) - It may be half the size of its sibling 'Limelight', but this fab new hydrangea still packs pretty good punch. It has strong stems that support the weight of the conical, lime green flowers, which fade to cream and then pink as the season progresses. Grate where space is limited, but you want a hard-working and colourful plant, it can also be grown in large pots if kept well watered.
Easy flower cake. SUPER easy and still adorable. Can't go wrong with that! Plus, I wanted Kylie May to have a chocolate cake this year, so this will work wonderfully! I'll just write "Happy Birthday Kylie" in icing on the plate itself and stick the #5 candle on top.
Bring color to your garden with these late summer flowers. Let's face it, by mid-July a lot of your annuals have gotten all leggy and even if they're not dead yet, they're not looking as spiffy as they did in May.
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