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!

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    1. Thanks, I like the color combination

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  2. The pink ones look like impatiens to me.

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

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  3. 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

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    1. 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.

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

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

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

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  5. That is an inspiring picture.

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

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

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

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

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

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  8. Great inspiration! I do love flowers.
    Brenda

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

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

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

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