We are joining Arty and Jakey of Da DB Boys for the Flower Friday bloghop.
Yep, you are seeing correctly - the Momster found more ways to barricade the planters.
Remember we showed you how she used the "no-sibe" fence to shield the potted plants. Now she imprisoned the planters too.
Let's see what's in those pots.
This one is Mom's favorite - the million bells pot. Well, it might be minus 87 or more of those bells from before the barricade went up:)
How about some pink and white waxed begonia accompanied by some pretty raspberry penta.
This planter has some more begonia, penta, and some pretty purple angelonia and a few ivy vines (the vines might be a little shorter than when first planted:)
That's it so far for what is growing in our backyard. Mom seems to be winning the war against somePup for now at least.
Let's take a look at what is growing out front.
Another planter (overshadowed by some flashy beast operator) with some more begonia and some pretty impatiens that haven't gotten to full bloom yet. This is the same planter where some birdies made a nest a few years ago. You may remember how Mom made a canopy to protect the babies from the hot sun.
There are two big pots of geraniums on the porch. They seem to be thriving!!! And for some reason they don't need to be fenced in:)
Mom just LOVES the color of the blooms.
Here is a shot of the front entryway. Mom made the wreath on the door - a rainbow sherbet colored wreath of giant mums.
Hope you enjoyed our Flower Friday tour. Mom is hoping one day she will be able to free the flowers from prison:)
Woos - Lightning and Misty