First do no harm...

Paul and I are not highly experienced gardners who moved into a house with establised garden beds. When spring came, we adopted a philosphy of let it grow and we'll see if it blooms.

Things that did not bloom were eventually pulled.

Just a few weeks ago, a new vine appeared and crept its way up the porch railing and up the stringy branches of our very unkept roses (which we will diligently prune come fall.)

Last Sunday it began blooming the most glorious morning glories in a shocking bright pink.

I hope they will seed out for next year.

Stunning shot against the dark background with perfect light.
posted August 29th, 2013  
@grammyn I know flowers are not a favorite subject here at 365, but I have fallen in love with my rogue vine and am so delighted to have it just magically appear in the garden so near the end of the growing season and then bloom to gloriously. It inspires me in a soulful way.
posted August 29th, 2013  
So very pretty. Love that light!
posted August 29th, 2013  
It's always great to see the first year in a new garden! We did and are enjoying the planting all year round!
posted August 29th, 2013  
C'est un plaisir les belles fleurs.Beautiful!
posted August 29th, 2013  
@swguevin I feel much the same, Sheila and love to see what and how in my garden too! It is always a pleasant surprise.
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