The back of the greenhouse is planted in annuals.
Zinnia, Bachelor Buttons, Snapdragons, and Celosia.
Colorful and available for cutting….
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14 thoughts on “The Pickery”
Beautiful zinnias. Mine are shrimpy this year.
I am the master of Zinnia’s! Just kidding! I swear that fish emulsion has saved me this year!
I love the name batchelors buttons – so pretty and smart!
Such a sweet flower!
I love celosia and zinnia, it all looks so wonderfully colourful in your photo.
I do plant Zinnia’s every year–I love that they look like a box of new crayons!
It is the first time I ever planted celosia. I started from seed, but they were so slow, and I had trouble getting them to set good roots. Of probably over 50 plants I have only a handful that grew to true flower size. I will get a pic soon!
What a great idea! And so well executed 🙂
I find it hard to cut flowers from my perennial beds, so The Pickery, gives me permission to cut stems and enjoy in the house!
Genius! I have a hard time cutting them from my wildflower bed (my only flowers so far.) I feel like I should let the birds and the bees have them, and then let them reseed as much as possible…maybe a cutting bed is just what I need.
A MUCH better name for it than The Cutting Garden!
Permission to pick–granted! Thank you so much…
Oh I’m so envious of your zinnias. Mine have hated the wet and cold weather we’ve had and have either rotted or sulked. Not even sure this year whether I’ll get a crop.
Oh, I hope you get a few bright flowers! Sunshine for you!
Could your garden be any more beautiful!!? WOW!