I have been working my rump off in my GEORGIA GARDENS the past few days! And I am loving every minute of it too! Cool mornings and evenings with what I consider perfect sunny and warm yet not humid days!
I have never really had much Spring color before as most of my gardens were full of summer blooming plants. The past couple of years, I have been working at getting more Spring color. I think I did a great job on the East side of the house by the Chimney Planter. I have discovered that Blue Moon Phlox, (phlox divaricate) loves my gardens! This area was bare until last fall when I divided a couple of plants from the main planter. I transferred the little saplings along the boarder of this new planter in hopes for some filling in of a blank spot. My plan worked but I had forgotten the plants were Phlox! I keep saying that I am going to make tags and even have the supplies to create them, I have just yet to be motivated to make them.
Tina do you remember asking me what this plant was when you were visiting with us in Winter? Well, I told you wrong as I thought it was something different then this beautiful BLUE MOON PHLOX, In the Garden...
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