Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Deck and Patio flowers in May

Good morning! I hope everyone had a nice Memorial day weekend. We had a busy and fun one. Today I thought I would share what I have done on the deck and patio. I found these pots at Lowes a couple of months ago and fell in love! They had 3 different color combinations and I went with this blue and green design. With my flowers this year I went with lots of COLOR!
 Red and yellow celosia. I have never planted celosia before. Can't wait to see how it fills in.
 Love this blue pot.

 I repainted my fish, it was getting faded and now looks much better.
 Pinks and purples in this pot.
 I moved the frog to the stone wall and brought these fish out.
 Looking down from the deck.
 It was windy when I snapped this one:)

 I have pink, yellow and orange zinnias planted all across the back but haven't mulched yet so will share later:)
 The "coffee table" is also a fire pit for in the Fall.
 I got this iron bench at Lowes many years ago and just love it.

 This is approaching the patio from the side of the house.
 I do have some more celosia planted here since I took this picture.

 I have 3 solar lanterns coming down the steps, so they are lit at night.

 The other day we had 12 water lilies blooming!!!!

 I had this pot on the table first then decided to hang it out front on a hook.


 We have 2 of these iron lanterns that we got at Longwood Gardens MANY years ago.
 Beautiful begonia!




 Love my cranes:)

I am having a little procedure today so would appreciate good thoughts. I found a lump in my breast about a month ago and had a mammo, and it is just a sebaceous cyst. But now it has abcessed so I have to have it out.  It is pretty painful right now so I will be glad to get rid of it!

XO, Pinky

I will share here:

Metamorphosis MondayThe ScoopWow Us Wednesdays,
 Tablescape ThursdayFeathered Nest Friday

3 comments:

  1. Your plants look wonderful- love the pond. I grew some celosia and liked it. The flowers lasat a long time.
    I hope everything went well with the cyst removal. Keeping you in thought.

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  2. Pinky, your plants are lovely. So love your pond and your Japanese Maple -Beautiful!

    Will keep you in thoughts and prayers regarding your procedure. Be good to you!

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  3. Pinky,
    Your back yard, deck and patio are lovely!! Love the fowers and the furniture and the pond!! So pretty!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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Thanks you for leaving your lovely comments. xo, Pinky

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