Your porch is the first thing your guests see when they arrive at your house, so it’s incredibly important that you make a good first impression! The of July is MONTHS away, but that’s never stopped me from planning… Continue Reading →
I had this in my garden at one stage. Loved it. It grows prolifically. Plumbago – Part shade plant. Blooms July-September in dark blue. 12-18 in height. Leaves turn bronze-red in the fall. Is a ground cover.
Old washtub planter - pretty for a front porch I think I like this for a couple of reasons. First, the layered flower look, then the tin can it's in. Both are charming. A little hint of this around the yard adds personality and less stamped landscaping