The one out my kitchen window, is pink. At this time of year it is really at it's best. It almost makes dishes enjoyable.... almost.
This year I added my garden gate to the group and planted sweet peas to climb up. Unlike my sweet peas in my veggie garden, these are just for enjoying, not cutting.
The pink ones are the palest of pinks with a bit of darker pink. Of course, they smell fantastic!
The hanging baskets are full of the prettiest calibrochia or million bells that I've found. The darker pink almost looks star like. And the baskets are overflowing.
A little pink bicopa is so dainty looking.
And these heirloom hollyhocks. They do fantastic year after year. No rust spots even! These came from my mom's garden and have been there since my great grandma's days. An heirloom in every sense of the word.
They get so tall... to the edge of the gutter... that I have to stack them with 6 foot bamboo poles.
And of course, the star of the show, my Bonica rose. It just blooms forever and is the prettiest pale pink. This is the first year I've cut them to bring inside.
Thanks for stopping by my pink garden....
Thanks for stopping by to enjoy my view! Happy weekend all!