Friday, July 15, 2011

~ An Invasion of Sorts ~

When planting our gardens it's
usually a luck of the draw
whether the flowers are
going to thrive. Trust me
cone flowers are one of the easiest
flowers to grow and maintain.
The only draw back I've found
is the invasion that comes.














LINKING TO:

Beverly, thank you
for hosting each week.

11 comments:

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Those are pretty - thanks for sharing. I was just sitting here looking out and seeing 3 pots of flowers that need to be pitched. I have kept them watered, but the heat has just been to much for them.
Enjoy your weekend.

Babs said...

Love your coneflowers and I know they're supposed to be so easy to grow, but for some reason, they don't like my Georgia garden. I've tried two different times and garden areas and they just languish and die. Wish I knew why. Yours are gorgeous and I like them with the variegated liriope.
Babs

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

Cone Flowers are so pretty! There is just something about them blowing about in a breeze or when there is a butterfly sitting on one! Mine did not make it through the winter and I had to replant them and do hope they will make it through this next winter!
Happy Pink Saturday!
Jil

afternoon tea said...

What a beautiful invasion!
AT

Dolores said...

Your flowers are beautiful! They must not grow well here, 'cause I seldom see them.
Happy weekend to you sweet friend!

Fishtail Cottage said...

Hi there...popping over from Pink Saturday's to say hello & want to invite you to link up to my garden party sometime? Gorgeous photo's of your flowers! xoox, tracie

KM @ This Plate is Full said...

thats an invasion i could deal with! lovely!

Light and Voices said...

Cone flowers are wonderful to have in your garden. Lovely photos.
Joyce M

Kelly_Deal said...

Oh how beautiful! I just love coneflowers!
Kelly

Claudia said...

I love coneflowers. We have them, too and they have self-seeded in other parts of the garden. Happy PS!

Shelia said...

Hi Lynne! Oh, I love these purple coneflowers! When I lived in New Mexico I grew these in my back yard! What beautiful snaps.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)