First signs of real summer around our little community are hanging baskets dotting porches and decks:
Wow! Is this a plant that you grew?? Because this looks beautiful 🙂 Thanks for posting it!
Since I am known for my Black Thumbs, the answer is no, I did not grow it. I consider myself lucky that it thrived as long as it did and did not die immediately!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Ahh well 🙂 Still beautiful right? 😀
Beautiful summer flower-Geranium, I like it 😛
I like it too!
I also like your wonderful photos of art objects posted as Together! I would have liked to have seen the shows or events they came from.
I’m so behind with my planting!
It’s not even June yet — you’ll be fine, Julia!
Is that pink around the door frame or just a reflection off the cool flowers? Either way, YAY SUMMER.
Actually it was the pinky-mauve of the window frames — an odd color, isn’t it? But sort of nice.
Yay, Summer, yes!
A beautiful sign of summer – love it!
Thanks, Barb! Are you beginning to see the approach of winter? Or does it get very cold at all where you are?
WOW…gorgeous plant and a pretty good photo as well
Them’s my sentiments too, Jo!
Thanks for the visit — much appreciated, ma’am.
I was at a friend’s this week, and she had all of these sweet potted flowers on her deck – and I thought exactly what you suggested in your post: the first signs of summer!
Thanks for coming by and commenting, Arindam. You’re always welcome!!!!
Have a great Sunday —
woke up this morning thinking about buying a hanging basket to hang outside the front door. It just needs that extra spot of colour methinks.
We are clearly on the same methinking wavelength, Joss!!!!!
Beautiful! I love the prim flower contrasted with the wild greenery.
Thanks for the additional eye’s-view, Stef. I hadn’t noticed that contrast, and you’re right!
lovely color to entice hummingbirds!
How did you know? This very morning Hub spotted a hummingbird having a go at the flowers!
(You obviously know your colors, and hummingbirds!)
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