Friday, June 19, 2009

Fertlizer Friday Blooms

I am joining in the fun today with Tootsie at "Tootsie Time" in
"Fertilizer Friday" to show some of the things that are in
bloom now around the garden.
I use Miracle Grow on my plants by using their container
for liquid fertilizer that attaches to the garden house.
I also use a slow release granule type fertilizer.
This year I added compost to my container pots and I
can see such a difference in the plants that I started from seed.
They are going to be much healthier and larger.

Around the yard.

Clustered Bell Flowers and White Achillea.

Sweet Caroline Purple Ipomea Potato Vine.


The Pansies that I just hate to uproot.

The first bloom on the Morning Glory Bush ' Convolvulus'
grown from seeds.

A few Roses are still blooming.

Regatta Rose Lobelia

Lolipop Lily

Blue Hill Salvia

Sweet Peas

Crown Vetch


White Balloon Flower Campanula

Happy Fertilizer Friday and Happy Gardening!


Darla said...

Why don't I think to put compost in containers!!! Your plants look great. I'm not so happy mith the bush morning glories I started from seed. Love the flowers, (same as yours) the stems look scraggly on mine. Any tips?

Tunes Photo said...

You have a beautiful garden!

bennie and patsy said...

The flowers look so wonderful and I bet they smell good to.

Tootsie said...

oh girl it is just beautiful! I just love the way you used the "garden art"! thanks for joining!!! I still need to perfect my photo skills to get a better set of pics! yours are wonderful!

Dirt Princess said...

Looks great! YOu take the best photos! Have a wonderful weekend

Mary at My New 30 said...

Welcome to FF!! Your garden is just beautiful! Love that "shoe nest" too!! There is no way I would pull the pansies either - they are so pretty. Everything look so pretty.

Outside In said...

Beautiful Blooms! I did not know that honeysuckle vines comes in white with yellow how pretty they are! I love the white campanulas too. Happy FF!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful photos...thanks for sharing...

Phoenix C. said...

I love those white campanulas! The cream coloured buds make a nice contrast to the pure white flowers.

bennie and patsy said...

I was thinking I commented about how beautiful

Shabby Cottage Collectibles said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful garden! Warm wishes, Esther

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Lona, your garden is simply gorgeous! My new perennial bed is still looking pretty sparse, but hope it will fill in nicely by next season.

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

Great idea to add compost in containers. I love the rose and salvia combination. Those pansies really are doing great still. Mine are long gone.

Barb said...

Your garden is just great. I love all your flowers. You take great pictures,for some reason mine never turn out that great.

CiNdEe said...

How did I miss this?
Beautiful flowers! I love the old coffee pot there in the flowerbed too! I have one also(-: My husband says that the Scout Leaders brewed coffee in those things until it was black as tar! Yikes. Not my kind of coffee!!!LOL