One ought, every day at least, to hear a little song, read a good poem, see a fine picture, and if it were possible, to speak a few reasonable words. ~ Goethe

Friday, September 14, 2012

Grow ~



When I put this sign in the garden I didn't realize that it would have such a good effect.

But it seems that these Black-eyed Susans really took the hint.




They have been so abundant...growing amongst the Gauras.



And in at the end of a very, very hot summer they are adding a welcome bit of color to my otherwise scorched garden. Oh, how wonderful it would be to have some rain!


Meanwhile I will be happy enjoying this wonderful performance...and next year I will definitely add more.



I also think I should try to find a few more of these signs! Grow indeed.


Thank you for visiting. I hope that you have some 'grow power' in your garden.

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14 comments:

  1. Hello Adrienne:
    Your jolly yellow flowers are really bringing the borders to life! They must like your garden conditions, so, yes, plant more!

    Gaura is a favourite of ours. We love its willowy habit and the way in which it catches every breeze. Such delicate beauty.

    Happy weekend!

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  2. that sign is adorable... headed to visit the girls in Sunnyvale. Steph is out from Wash DC. Taking Mom with me. She needed a break from your HOT weather. Thankfully your yellow flowers hung in there!

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  3. Delightful sign. It's a perfect additional to your lavish beds.

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  4. I love those pretty yellow daisies - so they are so simple and fresh!

    Melissah

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  5. There is something so cheerful about a yellow daisy.
    I walk past a garden that has multiple plantings of these interspersed with some purple blooms and it makes such a pretty picture.
    I love how you've captured these images they look very dreamlike.

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  6. Grow they did!! They must be very happy there, especially with the encouragement.Thanks for visiting me and commenting on my table--so nice to hear from you after my hiatus. ~Zuni

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  7. Oh my, how pretty! They really took off, didn't they? I used to have a ton of those up at the lake...until the deer ate them all :)

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  8. Very Nice Colours for fall, I think you gave them inspiration for growing!

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  9. I just love your photos and the sign. Black-eyed susans always bring a smile to my face. They are so pretty!

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  10. Beautiful photos of such vibrant blooms! Rain would be very welcomed here as well.

    Ann-Marie

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  11. What cheerful glowing yellow flowers! I just love how they grow right through your sign.

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  12. I think black eyed Susan got your message, and if they behave like mine, they will continue to do so!

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  13. Wonderful Rudbeckia - they are such happy flowers! I have some in my yard as well, and I hope they'll multiply...

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  14. Amazing! This blog looks just like my old one! It's on a completely different topic but it has pretty much the same layout and design. Great choice of colors!
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