I have been enjoying the garden immensely. I walked around today smelling all the fragrant blooms. The jasmines climbing on the arbor smell so good! Hmmmmm!
The peaches in the background are done blooming so they should bear fruits soon.
Hanging baskets on the fence by the driveway. Do you see the honeysuckle climbing up on the iron fence?
This is the first time I planted some peonies. Aren't the flowers with yellow in the center pretty? I hope they come back after the winter. I am not sure it is cold enough here but it remains to be seen.
Roses are blooming also.
and white gaura in the secret garden in the back
They come back every year.
I can't remember what these are called but they smell good too.
My calamondins are blooming.
And look at the honeysuckle! I planted these 2 years ago to conceal one of the centralized aircon units which is an eye sore. Luckily, the other one is on the side of the house that I never see.
The flowers on the honeysuckle vine start as pink, then turns white and then yellow.
The grape vines are doing very well too.
The flowers on this rose topiary need to be trimmed.
My wisteria vine is cute. The flowers are small maybe because it is in a pot. I did not want to plant it in the ground because I know it is invasive.
Even the orchid started blooming. No smell but I love the flowers.
Do you notice the grass looking plants in the fountain? The one on the left has grown. I placed it there right away after I bought it but I left the other one just sitting in its original pot on the ground until I saw that it wasn't doing well, so I moved it to the fountain also. Hopefully, it will get better. I guess it likes to be soaked in water. Fountain on the back porch
Tabletops on the pool deck and gazebo.
Even if I am late, I am linking with Sherry's Home Sweet Home Friday at http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.com/
and Tootsie's Fertilizer Friday at http://www.tootsietime.com/
I hope you enjoyed touring the garden with me cause I certainly enjoyed having you around. Thanks to our wonderful hostesses!