Wednesday, May 10, 2006

My last post about dresses was way too depressing, so I'm turning towards flowers for more cheer. I'll be posting more pictures for a walk around my garden. The above will start us off well. False indigo is one of my flavorite plants. It gets about 2.5 feet high, has lovely flat bright green leaves, and clumps in a nice form. In the fall, it sports black seed pods which can be used in dried flower arrangements. The blue flowers that are pictured are lovely-lovely in a flower bouquet.

1 comment:

Dawn said...

Teri, what a gorgeous plant! We have a plant in our family garden called Blue Indigo (looks the same) that came all the way from Scotland with my great-grandmother. We all have some in our yards now. :)