A red, white, and blue work in progress.
Happy Fourth of July.
What a joy to be surrounded by so much green.
Happy Fourth to you!
Happy 4th of July!Hope that you have some seriously patriotic fun today.
happy 4th back at you.
ps ~ also love your stand alone top. classy.
So pretty. I'm drowning in rain here today.
beautiful! too bad i have a black thumb…
Beautiful! Have a great holiday weekend.
A lovely combination of plants!
I don't think the pun was intended, but your headline made me think that our Republic is "A Work In Progress." I have some concerns about the direction of our evolution, but I'll save them for a political blog.
I always enjoy your posts.
Belated Happy 4th from London!
Do you work in the three components of "Fill, Thrill & Spill" when potting plants/flowers?
Buckeroomama – The joys of suburbs.
Deja – Thank you.
Hostess – Thank you.
Janet – Thank you.
Tabitha – We try not to ever do rain in California in the summertime.
Belle – Thank you.
Anon – Thank you, for the plant comment and about my blog too. I suppose I do mean it about our republic too. My concerns may be different than yours – as long as we all do our best to shoulder some of the work in process that we feel needs doing.
Anon – No! What are these components? I must look them up! I am guessing it means cram in enough plants to fill, stand one up high and dramatic, and spill one over the side? In which case, yes, instinctively, I did. But I love the saying.
How gorgeous! I love gardening! Happy 4th!
You certainly have a green thumb and an eye for beautiful combinations.
I would have guessed that you would have used a hand-thrown pot patinated with moss and lichens. I guess they have to start somewhere. I hope your pot grows as beautifully as your plants.
Hope you had a great weekend!! xoxo
It's a game…of tag…I got tagged by Blighty and now I tag you…hope that you do not mind!
Hello LPCHope you had a lovely July 4th.
I love your garden photo.
I did respond to all these comments. Also there were some others….the great Blogspot Ate My Comments Fiasco. Happening all over I see.
Lovely! As we just moved, I planted only 2 pots this summer…both in the red, white and blue theme!