In the spring, I have a beautiful blue in my garden.
This is my 'Jack Frost' brunnera. It has true-blue blooms for a few weeks in the early spring -- and it is magnificent!
Now, though, this is the closest-to-blue I have blooming.
It's trailing lobelia in one of my patio containers. And it's really not true-blue; more like a purple-y blue.
My garden is lacking in blue!
While on my recent garden tours, though, I was drawn to blue in other people's gardens. Not usually through blooms -- but through accents and pops of color.
My friend, Sandie, has a fabulous periwinkle blue wall across the back of her garden.
I found this blue-lined birdbath on one of last month's garden tours. It looks like a swimming pool for birds! (And that clematis bloom floating . . . isn't that perfect?)
Sometimes, just little blue accents are the perfect touch in a garden.
Do you have any garden blues?
Enjoy your weekend . . . hope you find plenty of blue skies!