First let me say that I hope everyone is staying safe through this severe fire season.
We are fortunate, at the moment our city is not being evacuated. On the day I am writing this post, the smoke is heavy, but I feel like that is a good thing. The wind has died down a bit and we had a tiny sprinkle of rain. Hopefully helping to get a little control over the fires. Not that they are reading this but...THANK YOU to all those fire fighters!!!They are all so very brave.
With all the fires all around British Columbia, we are encouraged to stay indoors. I have stayed inside, for the most part. Except for this morning. Our patio was covered in dried flower petals and cob webs. Not very welcoming. I just couldn't leave it any longer.
not fitting in to the colour scheme. They went to the front entrance where their pinkish-purple flowers work beautifully.
get a little trim and a gentle wash. If they are in a smaller pot I put them in the kitchen sink for a lukewarm soak. They seem to enjoy the tlc.
Our patio is filled with my collection of flower pots and baskets. It's hard to resist all the lovely
new pots available each spring. So I don't. My collection has grown to be an eclectic assortment of shapes and sizes filled with an assortment of random plants. Tucking some of them into the garden adds permanent colour to a foliage heavy garden. Smaller pots can be stacked on top of and inside larger pots for a easy cottage look. On the patio, they soften the line between home and garden.
Hope you enjoyed the tour,now it's time for a cool drink out here.
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