A while back, I showed some of the old 'treasures' that I like to have in my garden. Today, for May Dreams Garden Bloom Day I'm going to show what is blooming in some of them.
One set of double wash tubs has pink and white Impatiens and is surrounded by Honeysuckle Vine on each side of the retaining wall ~
My sons know I like old wagons and wheelbarrows, so my oldest one picked up two wagons at an auction recently. I put my hanging planter with Petunias and Sweet Potato Vine in it . . . much easier to water ~
An old white and red enamel bowl with Sedums ~
An old Red Wing crock with a broken bottom . . . still works for garden art ~
My other double wash tubs with one Vista Silverberry petunia plant in each side. I conquered the dreaded tobacco bud worm this year ~
My old tub in the front filled with red and white Impatiens . . . waiting for Nebraska football ~
This isn't part of my antique container theme, but I had to take a picture of a visitor I had last night on my Red Valerian - the black female form of the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail ~
This is a shot of my long flower bed and all it's blooms. It surprises me every day with a 'new face'
Thank you to Carol for my first opportunity to post on your Garden Bloom Day