“I don’t have a purple problem, I have a purple passion!” ~Jackie Harmon Sweeney
Recently I have been continuing my slow plod through July. Getting caught up in a bit of maintenance in the garden and in life….still tired and hermitting. So today just a small post with some lovely vases of purple flowers. I wanted to show off the purples in the garden, and a gift of flowers from my husband.
You might remember that purple is a favorite color of mine. So it is not surprising that I have many plants in varying shades of purple in this garden too.
I am growing April in Paris sweet peas with a wisp of purple on the edges. And my lavender is still growing and seeding. So a small vase with these made for a lovely show of the current front garden.
My husband found these lovely purple flowers at the grocery store. I am totally in love with them, but have no idea what they are.
Single stems with ruffled flowers that look like delphiniums, but do not grow like a delphinium. And they have a lovely spicy scent.
The full view of the table where I like to put vases is also sporting the fattening buds of the Clematis Chacewater I put in a vase a couple of weeks ago.
With this week’s lovely vase, I am linking in to the wonderful meme, In A Vase On Monday, at Rambling in the Garden.
All the pictures shared in this post were taken with my Nikon Coolpix or iPhone camera, and manipulated on my iPhone using the apps, Pixlr and Prisma. You can follow my progress with #the100dayproject in my Instagram and Facebook feed.
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