Six On Saturday: I Better Get These Photos In Before We Get Another Cloud Burst!

Hellloooooo SOS friends! What a week we’ve had! We’ve been battered with rain, flashes of lightning and cracking thunder! So, while the sun is out let’s do my daily stroll about! The trees are really doing their thing! The one on the right is a plum tree and the crepe myrtle is on the left.

The End Cottage

Here’s an under the tree view……you always need an under the tree view!

The End Cottage

Now about these agapanthus. They were supposed to be an annual. I planted them last year and when I saw them green in the Spring, I decided to wait and see. The foliage was nice and everything had been plucked out by the landscapers/fencers, but this kept growing, so I decided to wait and see. I’m glad I did!

The Cottage Garden

and Ta Da!

The Cottage Garden

I loved this photo of the new plants along the new fence!

The Cottage Garden

This is a Mona Lavender, Plectranthus plant. I bought it because it is drought tolerant and heat tolerant and keeps on bloomin’!

The Cottage Garden

Well, that is it for this week, short and sweet. I am getting ready to travel again and trying to get all my gardens posted before I leave.  Look for the posts of the “Connoisseurs Gardens” in Atlanta, Georgia. Nine fantastic, fantastic, fantastic gardens. There are so many photos I want to show, so they will be bigger posts! See you in the garden!

Won’t you join us with your SOS?

The instructions for SOS are easy. The photos can be flowers, vegetables, a garden design, whatever, as long as it’s garden related and posted on Saturday!  So, it’s six photos. Of Gardens. On Saturday. Easy Peasy. To see all the SOS’s look at  SIX ON SATURDAY, hosted by the Propagator, to check out all of them each Saturday! See you next week in another spot!

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful!! I love the view under the trees!! I love the Agapanthus! I have the old fashioned pale blue ones and a couple of miniature white ones that are yet to flower. Love your blog. Happy travels.

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  2. One Man And His Garden Trowel says:

    Beautiful garden and that agapanthus is rather lovely and elegant.

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  3. What a wonderful Agapanthus. The fence looks great also.

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  4. What a beautiful agapanthus! You have some lovely plants, that plectranthus is especially lust worthy. 🙂

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  5. janesmudgeegarden says:

    Your garden is obviously benefiting from the rain as it all looks so lush. Beautiful Aggie with her blue tipped petals! Enjoy your travels.

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  6. Your garden is looking lovely. Great plants and great structure. I’m experimenting with an agapanthus this year in a pot. If it likes it I may seek one out like your.

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  7. cavershamjj says:

    That plum tree is a good colour. All looking lovely. I like the white flower, I don’t think you menton the name. Looks a bit like gaura.

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    1. Yep it’s a White Feather Gaura

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  8. Lora Hughes says:

    the planting along the fence is coming along quickly & beautifully. Love the gaura, especially, but they’re all just stunning. Happy travels!

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