When my new deck was installed, my wildflower garden was dug up to accommodate the foundation.
I was heartbroken...those flowers had so much special meaning.
The seeds were purchased during trips we had taken and every couple of years I added new seeds to it.
It multiplied over the years on it's own too and it was quite beautiful the last year we had it.
This past spring, the hubs helped me to replant it, and I am thrilled with the outcome.
It is a little sparse this year,
but I know each year it will grow thicker and more beautiful.
It is full of many different plants and a variety of colors.
Here are pictures of a few...
Black Eyed Susans
Brown Eyed Susans
Flower of an Hour ~ Hibiscus
This plant flowers for one hour each day.
on the back side of the deck...
I made a small garden scrapbook,
I will show that in a seperate post.
I see a lot of pretty wildflowers at Lake of the Lilies also.
- wildflower...a brave bloom with the courage to grow anywhere, a symbol of wanderlust -