Flowers, Wordless Wednesday Oh, Give Me a Patio with Nasturtiums! Image October 2, 2019 Laurie Graves 35 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
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I wouldn’t linger too long in one of those chairs, if I were you. People might be asking, “Has anyone seen Laurie?”
Tee-hee! So true.
So nice to be among the flowers!
I love nasturtiums! And I miss them. I don’t think they like our hot South-central Texas climate. Hanging baskets in Washington, D.C., parks in San Francisco… I am still a northerner at heart even after more than half my life in Texas.
Given the opportunity, it looks like they would engulf the chairs, then the table! I discovered last year that if you snip 6″ of the growing ends they will root, and potted up will grow all winter in a sunny window. I have a bunch rooting now. 🙂
Yup. Alas, our house has a shortage of sunny windows. Otherwise, I would follow your example.
Oooh – that’s a good tip (!) Eliza, I’ll try that.
It was a pleasant surprise last year that I will repeat again and again. Easy and rewarding. 🙂
Wowsah Laurie, they’re truly thriving! 🤗💖🌺 xxx
Tee-hee! They sure are.
Look at those beauties!
They are incredible!
I love nasturtiums!
When they are happy, they flourish. H-m-m-m, must be some lesson in this.
It would be hard to leave this lovely spot.
It sure is. But we will soon be saying farewell until next spring. Sigh.
I, too, feel slightly wistful at this time of year.
After a few days of rain, that lovely photo has me missing summer.🙂
Farewell, beautiful summer!
I love nasturtiums.. they grow well in our hot climate so I’m surprised they are growing so well for you too!
Actually, our summers are hot, sometimes reaching 95 or 100. (In Maine, we get all kinds of weather.)
Ooh, lots of salad potential there.
They are wonderful. May the frosts keep away
Thanks, Derrick. But this is Maine, and the frosts are coming…
Just thought I’d do my bit to repel them for a while 🙂
Supposedly one is coming tonight. We shall see if it hits our protected yard.
We have a patch that self seed in the shingle beside the garage every year. I love them!
Such an exuberant plant!
Such a great plant and looking so happy.
That’s for sure!
I love nasturtiums as well, especially ‘Empress of India’.
They are dropping their seeds, and I have gathered some for next year’s planting.
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