Sunday Miscellany

Japanese Anemone 
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The blue and white pot unexpectedly complements the succulents.  Or is it just that the pot is so pretty, it doesn't matter?
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Is that that millet again?  It was towering in this garden.
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After producing white flowers since I planted it, Salvia 'Hot Lips' has produced some red.  'Wendy's Wish' has far surpassed 'Hot Lips' in beauty and charm.
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  1. The blue and white pot is pretty, the succulents are doing great and the combination together is just gorgeous. Such fun to see that little rabbit looking up to the plants. These Salvias are so nice, I suppose they grow in your garden, you don't see them often here but once I bought a plant in England and had it in my greenhouse for rather a long time. But actually, our winters are far too cold.

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    1. The rabbit has great charm, doesn't he? Salvias are very good plants. They fill many spots and some bloom for months and months. Salvia nemorosa 'Ostfriesland', would that be hardy for you?

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  2. My Salvia 'Hot Lips' sometimes turns completely white too. I think it has something to do with temperature. I'll have to check out 'Wendy's Wish.'

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    1. Yes, the weather. I highly recommend 'Wendy's Wish'. So do the hummingbirds!

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