We have so many pretty flowers around our property on Rohner Road in Amite. A while back I took a few pictures of plants blooming their prettiest and have included them with the more recent ones taken today. The majority of our flowers were transplanted from our home in Hammond when we moved here. This year many of those plants were divided and planted in different locations around our property.
Look at the butterfly buzzing around this lantana plant We have six oak trees on one side of our property. I transplanted creeping daisy vines and vinca vines around each tree. I hope to improve each of the oak tree flower beds next year. This group of oak trees had a Hosta plant added to the group. Our renters had a beautiful one and allowed me to take a clipping which I’m growing here now. The hammock is hanging from two oak trees with new creeping plants and lilies around each of them. The new chimes make this a wonderful place to rest! This tree is one of the two the hammock is hanging from. There is a lot of shade here so all the flowers planted around there are taking a while to grow. There were a dozen or so lilies blooming here earlier in the year. They’ve been cut back and will bloom again next spring! Our eight blueberry bushes previously lived here. They were dug up about a year ago and are planted along side the house. Planted where the blueberries were are two azalea bushes and two lantana bushes plus lots of the creeping daisies. The two silver urns have strawberry plants in them. Lots of medium size rocks painted with several states name on them outline this new garden space.Roy’s grape vines are doing okay but have not begun to produce anything. This is where all of the creeping daisies and vinca vines came from. I cover the creeping daisies and vinca vines with pine straw every winter. They come through the pine straw as they start to grow every year and wind up like this. My friend Pam Smith gave me the creeping daisies years ago and they are one of my favorite plants. The lantana and azalea bushes were dug up from along the fence. Since we don’t live next to this anymore I wanted to have something pretty to look at our of my bedroom window so those plants were moved to where I just showed you. These ferns were being smothered by the creeping daisies in the garden above so they are now living next to the concrete patio and are starting to grow nicely.The lilies alongside the concrete patio. They were so crowded that a lot of them were transplanted to other places on the property. Still a lot remaining to bloom next year.
Flowers and Lillies are growing at the base of both mailboxes. The Lillies have been cut back for the winter. It takes a while for the vinca vines to take off but they are starting to show up real well.
This is at the base of our huge pine tree by the road. In a couple of years, the little flowering vines, plants, and lilies will make a beautiful welcome to those coming to visit. The rose bushes and camellias are growing bigger and get cut back when needed so they fit within their designated area. I’d like to expand the area they are in so they can grow more. Roy’s kind of in charge of the work to do that so we’ll see if that wish of mine comes true! Last fall these adagio bushes were cut back as much as we could. The first photo is after they started coming back. The second photo is today. I don’t think these two bushes could be any prettier.
While we traveled out west we collected cactus from a couple of places and are enjoying the beautiful flowers that the bigger cacti grow. The smaller ones in the blue bowl are soft cacti and make a yellow flower when they bloom. The varigated liriope was one of this years transplants. From one big bunch elsewhere I got six transplants! The red bush roses are doing really well.
A sweet friend, Ellen, gave us a daisy plant for Easter. Once the daisies stopped blooming it was planted in the garden and is starting to spread out. Can’t wait to see the daisies there next year! So that’s the flowers around our property. Writing this helps me know next year what’s going to grow in each place since several of them die back in the winter. I don’t remember well and this helps me. I hope you enjoy it as well! If anyone loves the creeping daisies plant and wants some, let me know. I obviously have enough to share!
I hope to share next time how our vegetable and fruit gardens are doing. Every thing is in a period of transition but is still doing really well!
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