Cart Full on Monday

Monday Morning Planting Cart

It seems in the past month there is always something to do in the garden. I say this in a good way of course. I have come to terms with the fact that no matter if I spend every hour of the day in the garden there is always going to be something to do. When I lived in town and was new to gardening EVERYTHING in the garden had to be just right. There was no leaving a cart full for the next day. Of course, I didn’t have as much space and as many plants to maintain.

Sunrise Rose Lantana is great for a border container because it only reaches 12″ in height. I used it in this container with potato vine and a Hibiscus tree

On this Monday I have a cart full of lovely lantana to find a home in the garden. Some will be used in containers and others in the landscaping. Although it may not be super ‘showy’ in the month of June it puts on a fabulous display come late July.

It is the busy time of year but I hope to share at least a bloom each day during the summer months. I hope you will stop back and see what I have to share from my Midwest garden. Would love to hear from you so please be sure to let me know you stopped by! Heading back out to the garden wishing you a fabulous day – Bren

9 thoughts on “Cart Full on Monday”

    • Thank you so much for commenting Annie – I love to get feedback on my blog. It makes garden sharing via blog all the more fun! Wonderful to know that I share my coffee with you each morning.

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    • I LOVE Twitter – almost more then blogging! This is a great application to have on any blog so you can see who is enjoying your shares.

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    • Thank you so much Darla – your comments are wonderful! You truly inspire me to keep sharing from my garden. Sometimes I wonder … ‘is anyone out there?!” I know we ( gardeners) are busy in the garden right now. 😉

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