Sunday, June 5, 2011

Mingleing

Sometimes the best stuff is accidental. Invite several guests to the cocktail party , put 'em in a room, and see how they gel.

Rozanne mingles with Penisetum 'Bunny tails'


Bunny Tails mingles with Nicotiana langsdorfii



Festuca mingles with Sedum sequoia


Nigelia mingles with Lobelia laxiflora



Lost tag Geranium mingles with Santolina 'Lime Fizz'



Origanum dictamnus 'Dittany of Crete' mingles with Chamomile



7 comments:

  1. mingling. what a lovely concept! with people and/or plants. always a risk, but the only way to get surprising results!

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  2. Beautiful combinations! I love putting plants together like this, and delight in seeing them mingle. Thank you for such a beautiful post.

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  3. All interesting combinations! It happens often in my garden, greetings!

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  4. I think this is the most exciting part of a garden, what the plants do when we bring them home. You've obviously brought home lots of clever plants that know just what to do!

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  5. That 'Rozanne', she mingles with everybody, the hussy! :)

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  6. Beautiful photos...gotta love those minglers...they do make the party more interesting! Those serendipitous combos are part of what makes gardening fun!

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