If you can't grow roses or have the money to buy a bouquet every week, how about a perennial garden?  There is so much return on your money every year and you can start with a pack of seeds or a gift from your neighbor who has a green thumb.  I have so many spiderwort plants I could give them to the entire neighborhood and still have leftover.  So get planting!

Hope you enjoy the pictures!  I have several projects in the works. I was so inspired by the magazine, "Vintage Gardens" and started a garden spot I can't wait to share on my next post.

Take time to smell the flowers!


  1. Beautiful flowers....that is the reason I spend so much money buying perennials so I can have vases and vases filled every week!

  2. I wish I could smell them. They look great.

  3. bringing in cut flowers is just the best!!!! Thank you so much for linking up to this weeks Garden Party over here at Fishtail Cottage's! oxox

  4. Gorgeous Perennials, Debbie! LOVE the pink shades! I do appreciate you sharing with A Return to Loveliness,

  5. Such a pretty posy Debby. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne


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