Thursday, May 7, 2015

FENCE FLOWERS, INSPIRATION THURSDAY

Fence flowers, image via pinterest
Keeping with the flower and color this season, here is a look we like.  Of course, we don't have a fence like this, but we sure like it.  It's always nice to see some great combinations of color and this is a nice one.  I believe the lower flowers are zinnias...nice combination and great contrast against the green...something we sure have a lot of, hence the need for color, ha.  Hoping to get some more flower beds worked on this weekend.  

Hope you are having a great day!

Be inspired!

19 comments:

jaz@octoberfarm said...

another very pretty idea!

Delores said...

The pink ones look like impatiens to me.

Colleen said...

The yellow Black Eyed Susans are a good thing to plant around evergreens or ornamental plants as they attract bag-worm-killing insects such as parasitoid wasps, and tachinid flies plus they are just darn right pretty and add great color

Dc said...

Yes, here in the UK we commonly refer to the yellow ones as Rudbeckia or Black Eyed Susan. The shorter pink flowers are petunia's.

Texas Rose said...

A very pretty, natural look. Some wildflowers mixed in there would be beautiful.

Gail said...

That is an inspiring picture.

Elephant's Child said...

Just glorious. And yes, we too would call the yellow Rudbeckia or cone flower. Black-eyed Susans are a different plant here in Oz.

FionaG said...

You could build a mock 'feature' fence, just one or two parts, or even a corner, then make your garden around that.

Cozy Little House said...

Great inspiration! I do love flowers.
Brenda

Bonnie said...

Black eyed Susan or Rudebeckia and petunias are the pink ones very pretty combination of annuals and perennials in a bed.

1st Man said...

Thanks, I like the color combination

1st Man said...

Oh yeah, those might be impatiens. I didn't think about that. Thanks!

1st Man said...

Love that, thanks, both of you for the info!!!

1st Man said...

that's what I was thinking. Great minds!!!

1st Man said...

Well thank you for that, I always hope if it inspires us it inspires others.

1st Man said...

I love the differences from country to country. Cool, thanks!!

1st Man said...

Great minds...I have something coming up on a post soon, I might be able to plan something like this....

1st Man said...

Thank you for that!!! Flowers make me smile. :-)

1st Man said...

Well thanks for the info, I still wasn't for sure. Now we know!!