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Shaggy Shasta Daisy

"Crazy Daisy" - Leucanthemum 'Aglaia' Shasta Daisy: Full Sun, perennial, blooms all summer if deadheaded, divide every years. So fluffy & pretty!

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Hydrangea road in Miyazaki, Japan. This is a real place? A road filled with my favorite flowers?

Celosia would you like to see more beautiful art? Visit Sarah Angst Fine Artist & Printmaker for bright and bold images of flowers, landscapes, animals, and more! Created in Bozeman, Montana.

HAD: Celosia Plumosa, annual. I don't feel a strong pull to buy another one, but the colour may seduce me again.

Wow!!!  <3

Could put window boxes in second story windows. - Italian balconies, moso in pasiria, south Tyrol province, Trentino alto Adige region Italy

What beautifully colored pansies!

Sunset Summer Embers (pansies), Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin photo via joinsey. Delta love Pansies of all colors!

A scottish heather garden - so many colours, so pretty

Such pretty heather photo by Christopher Burkett, Summer Heather Garden, California, 1998

And sell for weddings. Different styles with irises, little white bell shaped ones...that grew out front here

natural-white-garden-flowers - Once Wed

~ incredible angel white lilac, beautiful~I I used to love our lilacs trees in my backyard.

Kale_crain red

Kale 'Crane Red' ornamental cabbage as long as it doesnt smell

My second favorite... My granny loved hydrangeas or snow ball bushes.... I think of her every time I see them! Every house of the south should have at least one bush :)

Blue Hydrangea bushes -- want to incorporte these in my yard -- just can't seem to figure out where yet. These are just so beautiful. I love the idea of growing them along a white picket fence.

♥ Forget Me Not Cottage ♥

Forget-Me-Not. The brilliant azure blue of forget-me-nots becomes a focal point in the spring shade garden. Pair with epimediums and foamflowers or let them provide a colorful contrast with hostas and ferns. USDA Zones depending on variety

Saponaria ocymoides also known as Rock Soapwort

purple heart of creeping phlox. Sweet magnolias Farm identified this as creeping phlox