One of my favorite things about spring and summer are the flowers. What's one of your favorite things about the warmer seasons?

'Double Scoop Orangeberry' Coneflower

Must-Grow New Perennials for 2013

'Double Scoop Orangeberry' Coneflower Long lasting and fragrant. This very hardy, well-branched compact plant grows in an upright way and seems to bloom forever - from late spring through late summer. Name: Echinacea 'Double Scoop Orangeberry' Growing Con

LOVE

You can't beat this for attention to detail - an old English rose in an 'Old Times' Orange marmalade jar - tell me it doesn't make you sm.

I love this combination! I'm a sucker for blues. These bouquets feature shades of blue hydrangea, delphinium, veronica, garden roses, and dusty miller.

Blue and white Bridal bouquet featuring shades of blue hydrangea, delphinium, veronica, garden roses, and dusty miller. Great way to get blue into the bouquet without dying flowers! Just add in some sunflowers and I am one happy girl

Pretty in peach

The beauty of garden roses: Romantic Antike (dusty peach color) and Nostalgie (cream with pink edging) garden roses

True Black Brandywine Tomatoes- I grew these in my first garden at the Casa & they produced so many fruits we could barely keep ahead of them.  They are a must plant in a future garden!

Plant produces good yields of 16 oz reddish black beefsteak tomatoes. Tomatoes have rich tomato flavor and turn dark reddish black (black tomato) when mature. Excellent in salads and sandwiches.

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