Monday, October 21, 2013

No Care Mums


It’s true. Nothing was done to these mums this year.  They were not pinched back, though that might have made them more compact -- just the regular bit of compost and mulch and a friendly mother nature is all.

Shefffield Pink  is spectacularly large at over 3 feet tall. 




One little yellow volunteer appeared in my garden in 2007 and has almost taken over the bed. 
 


Great blooms following great summer weather.

2 comments:

Ela said...

Nice to see beautiful garden and flowers :)
Greetings44

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