Sweet combination


I combined a bit of annuals with my perennials for this result. I think it turned out pretty. What do you all think? Behind (almost in bloom) is Becky Daisy. Angelonia, Verbena, Stokesia, &
Coreposis.

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  • Sondra A
    on Jan 17, 2013

    Love those colors and they are so lacy and delicate looking. I have been putting mostly purple/blue colors in my backyard with a bit of mix of whites and yellows.

  • Donna, I love it and the textures. The stokes aster is the perfect color for the composition. I will definitely try to duplicate this look! Now if I ever get into this pinning thing, Im gonna to pin these pics.

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