Katri Hatanpää

Katri Hatanpää

Katri Hatanpää
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These violas come in a dizzying range of shades! More shade-loving annuals: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/annuals/top-shade-loving-annuals/?socsrc=bhgpin071413viola=12

Like lobelia, violas are cool-season plants that can take full sun in early spring and fall, but they'll bloom a bit later into the summer if you grow them in the shade, especially in the South. Violas bear flowers in a dizz

I have a chicken wire basket we can line it with burlap...or gingham...and fill it with either baby's breath or orange tulips.

Spring tulips in wire basket. Great idea - plant in the fall and keep in a dry cool spot over winter watering a couple times a month - and spring comes and put them out on your front porch to greet guests!

Love pansey's..

Pansy (Viola x wittrockiana) 'Frizzle Sizzle Blue' pansy named for the french word thought, the pansy was said to be a charmed flower, possessing telepathic magic. attending to the plucked bloom, you could hear your lover's thought's

Green trick dianthus

Green Trick Dianthus is a great texture that will be added with the mosses for depth and dimension in a few areas