Monday, July 20, 2009

Beautiful blooms from Indiana


My mother-in-law always has the prettiest flowers in her gardens and pretty pots full of spillers, fillers and thrillers!


I love to see Lantana -- a Texas staple -- growing happily here in Indiana.

12 comments:

Autumn Belle said...

Very lovely blooms indeed.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

MIL does have some beauties.

Amy Emerick said...
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Janet said...

Love the container with the sedum!! What a nice variety.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Diane her lilies are so pretty. Very beautiful flower beds.

Amy Emerick said...

I have enjoyed looking at your garden journal! Your love of gardening shows!! I am just starting out and begin my master gardener program in August through Travis county.

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

You picked a great time to go to Indiana, and your mother-in-law's garden looks wonderful. It must make a nice change to be outside without without sweating.

Gail said...

Can you believe the weather! Hasn't it been heavenly...Your MIL's blooming flowers are lovely....Have a fun time Gail

Layanee said...

The daylilies are in full force here also and today, rain and 60's. Texas is hogging summer.

Cindy, My Corner of Katy said...

I love that second daylily! Enjoy the cooler, greener clime of Indiana extra for those of us still down here in Texas suffering from the heat!

Diana said...

Autumn Belle - thanks!

Lisa -- She always does - and I'm loving the cool weather.

Janet -- She always has beautiful sedums -- and they come back after snowy winters, too.

Hocking Hills -- I wish I had some lilies in those colors, they are so pretty.

Amy - Welcome and thanks for visiting my blog. Have a ball with the MG program -- it is so fun and so chock-full of information. I loved taking it -- you'll have to keep me posted and let me know how you like it.

MMD -- it was 52 here one morning and wonderful. We are so enjoying the cooler temps. But I am already dreading going home Sat -- we have 100s forecast for the next 2 weeks. Sigh.

Gail -- We even saw rain in Kentucky this morning when we drove out to return to IN. Drove in it for 3 hours!

Layanee -- We don't want to be hogging summer, we'd be happy to share -- really, we would!

Cindy -- I sure wish I could bring some home. We just got out water bill and something is gonna have to die!

Creative Gardener said...

Very pretty flower pics.
Debbie from Indiana
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