Combinations

Sometimes the most interesting floral combinations seem to occur by happenstance. When I came home from the mountains this week, one of my cacti was in full bloom. I was lucky to see it, since the blossoms only last for one day. In the background — Calibrachoa, Petunias with Lobelia, and Dianthus.

In the shady side of the garden, my Pincushion Flower volunteer from last year was also blooming, along with the Lobelia that I added to the pot a few weeks ago to fill up space. They seem to be getting along together nicely.

3 thoughts on “Combinations

  1. Very pretty, especially the cactus! To get me to walk, you have to call me the night before and then I will be ready! 😊 Karen

    On Sat, May 8, 2021, 9:19 AM Contemplation Garden wrote:

    > Contemplation Garden posted: ” Sometimes the most interesting floral > combinations seem to occur by happenstance. When I came home from the > mountains this week, one of my cacti was in full bloom. I was lucky to see > it, since the blossoms only last for one day. In the background -” >

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