Notes about living and gardening somewhere down in Texas
Hello there girl !I love those plants and their gorgeous blooms .. but some how the aphids always know I have them and where they are ! So I'll just enjoy yours for now ? LOL
Yahoo! They look so healthy and lush. My favorite colors too-nice and hot.
Hi Joy--I didn't think I would get any blooms,so I am doing the happy dance. This may be it--so we'll both enjoy them!Yes Tina, I love those hot colors too. Growing these from seed has been more fun--I will definely do again next year!
When your first picture popped up, it took my breath away! GORGEOUS blooms-you definitely have to see these because a description around the coffee pot will not do these justice.
These are really pretty blooms Linda. Have you seen the reddish colored one?
I don't have nasturtiums. They're cool-weather flowers, aren't they? Or I could be wrong. I need to plant some, at any rate.Brenda
jj--you are so sweet! The blooms took me my surprise! I was pretty excited to see a few blooms!Susie--red??? Oh my, you know how I love red! This is my first year to grow nasturtiums--it will not be my last!Brenda, yes, they are cool weather plants, but I wanted to give them a try before it got too hot. I have really enjoyed the experience and will certainly start seeds inside again next year!
Yay! I love these flowers too! Mine are not blooming yet! Soon I hope!!! Yours are so pretty!!!CiNdEeS' GaRdEn
oh how exciting...we are getting ready to plant some nasturtium seed. ours are a little more on the red side. yours are just beautiful and lush looking.happy springtime to you.
Cindee--I was really surprised when I saw a bloom. It is only a few..but that's enought to make me happy! Let me know about yours!Hi Marmee--I bet they do much better for you than here in Texas, but I am so excited to get just a few blooms. Happy Spring and Happy Gardening to you too!
They are such pretty blooms & I love the variegated foliage peeking out. :)
They are beautiful! I have nasturtiums growing as well, but they haven't bloomed yet. I hope they do so I can have some of that gorgeousness in my garden as well.
Racquel, the varigated foliage is the Alaskan series. I noticed the one bloom from that one is varigated too.Hi Beth! I bet yours bloom soon. This is the first time for me to try nasturtiums, and I know that they will not last in our heat--but I sure have enjoyed them this spring!Thanks for stopping by! :)
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