Wednesday, September 1, 2010

My, How You've Grown

This, as I have shown before, is my mandevilla plant - freshly set out in my little garden space.
And here it is about a month ago - growing and blooming it's little heart out.

And this picture was taken yesterday evening - growing more every day and just beautiful. Tons of buds and sending out vines on a wire I put up to the right of it. You can see part of the moonflower plant that decided to come up from seed right beside of it. I had to cut part of that one away to get on my patio. If you enlarge the picture, you can see the stub of the branch that I lopped off the plant at the bottom of the picture. That one has been a very sturdy, serious grower!

A hanging basket planted earlier in my last macrame sling from my macrame days in the 70's.
and here it is last evening. Doing well. (The carpeting on my step to the little shed certainly is looking bad! Should have cropped the picture!)

I'll call this one "Free Portulaca in the Patio Crack" - you could never get one to grow there on purpose! It's blooming nicely and is partially watered from what drains out of the hanging basket. (Click to enlarge)


Beth Niquette said...

OH, my! What beauteous flowers--what lovely pictures! Thank you for sharing them!

Leslie said...

How well your garden does grow!!!

Karen said...

Looking beautiful for the first of September Carol!

Norah said...

Gorgeous! I am looking forward to replanting my pots with MUMS!!

Nan said...

I just love these little easy to grow portulaca's. I had them while living in CA.