Pullin' weeds and pickin' stones
We are made of dreams and bones
Need a place to grow my own
'Cause the time is close at hand ~ David Mallet
Your Morning Glory pictures inspired me. We just built a new home in extreme Northern Utah. We bought an acre; half belongs to "the horses", so we have a half acre to get into shape. Grass is scheduled to be planted the week of the 18th. Sprinkler system is in. We've completed the foundation plantings around the home. My perenial shade garden is planted (most of it--will add a few more plants in the spring). I'm ordering dwarf fruit trees tomorrow. The rose garden and perenial sun garden will have to wait until spring. Still hoping to get some of the rock garden planted this fall. But...I've been fussing about what to plant on the east side of the house on both sides of the deck. I saw your Morning Glory pics and remembered my mother grew Morning Glories against the east side of our house. I'm gonna do it. Now...what to plant between the Morning Glory vines and the paths that arc off each side of the deck? I'll look for more inspiration. Thank you for sharing your lovely photos.
I love the way blue morning glory looks. It is like pieces of the sky were plucked and hung un a fence for everyone to see.Great pics of them!
Nadine ... you will be so glad you did. They are the gift that keeps on giving EVERY morning. And Hanna ... you are so right about the color ... you've prompted me to say more about it above
I'm so jealous, Leslie. I was just lamenting about having trouble growing morning glories! Yours are gorgeous. Good luck with your painting!
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