Thursday in the Garden with Artemisia

Our Black-eyed Susan vine is climbing the chain very prettily. Unfortunately the part in the basket doesn't look as pretty.

Sniffie's roses are just gorgeous. They are blooming again. They always make Mommy smile when they bloom.


I am sitting under the Vitex. The bees just love it.

The white Verbena is looking very pretty in Whiskers' bed.


And isn't this white hibiscus just gorgeous?

I am off to Jonesie's for the Society of Feline Gardeners meeting. I hope I see you there. ~Artemisia


13 comments:

  1. Your Garden is always beautiful but you are more beautiful than all flowers, Miss Artemisia : )

    Sweet Puddy Boy Version ; )
    xoxo

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  2. We wondered what that vine was and we never knew that black-eyed susans grew that way - very pretty. Maybe you could surround the bottom with some marigolds or another smaller flower. Thanks for the garden tour, Artemisia.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  3. Awwwwww what beautiful blooms!! And Artemisia you are looking most lovely!! Yay! Take care
    x

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  4. We thinks we will try marigolds with it next year or some other smaller flower that likes the sun. We are kinda scared to mess with it now as we don't want to stress it in this heat.

    Thanks for visiting everyone.

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  5. I have never seen or heard of CLIMBING black eyed susans. They are really beautiful. Where did you get the seeds????

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  6. You are doing a great job Artemisia, things look beautiful!

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  7. Artemisia
    Your garden is as lovely as you!



    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥

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  8. Your garden is beautiful, Artemisia! As pretty as you are. Mommy is wondering, is Vitex the same as butterfly bush?
    xx TJ xx

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  9. Your garden is *almost* as beautiful as you, Artemisia!

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  10. Thanks fur the tour, beyootiful Artemisia! We enjoy seeing all the blooms! Purrs.

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  11. Your soil looks so rich! Lovely garden.

    We've got a new kitten. Come and take a look?

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  12. We love all the pretty flowers in yer garden. That Black-Eyed Susan vine looks really innerestin.

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