• Posts Tagged ‘pansies’

    Before and After: ‘Blueberry Thrill’ in a rusty wheelbarrow

    by  • March 29, 2013 • Plant profiles, Rusty Garden •  Comments

    Blueberry thrill violas-featured

    Finding a balance between rusty rust and delicate, colorful flowers Before and after… junk gardening at it’s best, I think…  I sure am getting a kick out of these violas this Spring.  ‘Blueberry Thrill’, they’re called.  The wheelbarrow we found out on a back road,…bullet hole drainage works, I guess… Violas are frost and...

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    Violas in a bright January

    by  • January 7, 2012 • Plant profiles, Winter projects •  Comments

    “The sweetness of the Violets deep blue eyes, Kissed by the breath of Heaven Seems color’d by its skies” ~~ Lord Byron Is there any flower more cheery than the small bright faces of the viola or pansy? What is the difference, you ask? The pansies are larger than the delicate, usually one-color violas...

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