I'll start to post my 2012 containers .
I'll be happy if you would like them.
#2 Fuchiso and Schizanthus
This message was edited Jun 8, 2012 8:34 AM
May I pull up a chair and enjoy your 2012 containers garden? They're off to a great start. Thank you for sharing your photos.
Wonderful...I always look forward to seeing your pictures every year. Thank you for taking the time to share your talents.
TOM TOM IS BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
WE HAVE MISSED YOU TREMENDOUSLY!!!!!!
And, YES, I'm yelling with excitement! Wish I could yell so the other DGers could hear that you're back. But, they'll find out soon enough!
Thank you for sharing your beautiful arrangements with us here!
As always I am in AWE of your beautiful flowers, Thank you so much for sharing ...
Gorgeous containers - keep them coming and thank you for sharing!
I just love the color combinations you put together, really makes them pop.... Thanks again TomTom
What a welcome return.TomTom.Always enjoy your clever combos.
TomTom that display is so playful. You arrange things with such care.The squares on the easle is a really nice idea.
I hate to nail and hang anything on our house.
My plant progressions are spotty. I took a chance and planted a new coleus that was supposed to be sun tollerant but it just doesnt like as much sun as it gets.I have it in another planter where its doing well. Applemint ,its a slow grower. I am not sure I want it next year.
This is an unhappy Applemint with trailing red. The nemesia is not happy either but it came in distress.I keep hoping it will take off.Its still early so another couple of weeks will reveal whats going to happen to that combination
＞The squares on the easle is a really nice idea.
I purchased the plants when young in early spring and
arranged them that way.
I'll show you the step-by- step pics of its growth.
Sorry to hear that your plant progressions are spotty.
I do hope too that your plants will take off as time progresses.
Its raining again ans coleus love it. If the caladiums will just pop out I will be happy.
When it rains here, with our high summertime humidity, my coleus used to get mealy bugs...
I think that happens here when there is an especially wet summer.
Tomtom - your Love of plants and flowers is evident in every container. I always love your combinations.
So happy to see your 2012 containers. I have been waiting patiently (impatiently) to see your newest creations. They are lovely as always. I would love to see what you have for winter or fall containers.
Thanks for the snow pic ge1836, it's so hot already this morning, heat index going to hit 110 in my area today..
Your plants are so beautiful TomTom :>)
Good grief thats hot. The heat wave will end here over the weekend.I hope we get rain.
We were 107 today but humidity was only 7%. Probably cooler here than your areas.
I never thought the word COLD could make me so happy LOL !!!!
I love all your pots and planting TomTom! Thanks for the inspiring pics!!
All the plants are fantastic. I wondered if Phlox could be put in a planter.I will give that a try for next year.
Delphiniums are dramatic.
Tomtom - so nice to have you back and see your splendid combinations. The hanging basket is glorious and the delphinium are so regal and beautiful. Are they mosses on the easel? Great idea!
I love every one!! They are stunning. The Lysimachia is lovely and I wonder if that is available in Virginia.
Tomtom, please show us what you have planted for this fall. Your pics are always so beautiful
Ravishing colors, Tomtom, and the plantings behind the containers are marvelous. I don't think I've ever seen that pink monkeyflower, Mimulus naiandinus, offered in the US. Thank you for these pictures!
TomTom...so glad to see your latest photos of your flowers..everything is so lush and beautiful..those blue delphiniums are stunning!
What do you use for potting mix or do you have a recipe to make your own?
Thanks for sharing..now if you could put them in an album so we could watch a slideshow next year..
I cant believe I missed the last 2 pix. As always the combos are just beautiful. Helebores and tulips!! Who would have believed.