Remember my grumbling about making the new cushion covers and pillows? Well, now that the air has warmed and the birds have returned, the front porch has again become a very enjoyable place to rest and the finished cushions create a welcoming place to sit a spell.
Daisies in a sprinkling can sit atop a little round wicker table
White pansies planted in the window boxes in the fall will need to be replaced with white impatiens as the temperatures begin to climb. Notice the blooming rhododendron peeking from behind the swing… the one I chopped to the ground as I prepared to rip it out.
Two inexpensive little cuties I couldn’t resist.
Peeking through the spiderwort plants.
Lots of seating and almost enough for all the grandkids 🙂
No annuals yet to fill the hanging planter (a birthday gift from a friend), the urns and the beds. I really wish I could fine pretty annuals in yellow other than marigolds. Any suggestions?
Ever faithful Hostas can be counted on to return each year and add interest to the flower bed without needing much attention.