Landscaping

Gardening is one of my hobbies, I love it!  Here are some of the landscaping and gardening projects that I have done.

Here are more links for other landscaping that I have done:

These pictures are from our previous house in Mississippi.






This pot is under a river birch tree and faces the west (lots of afternoon sun).
Plants: Red Geranium, Variegated Liriope, Purple Hearts, Purple Petunias, and Bacopa (Snowstorm)




This pot is on a west-facing porch that receives afternoon sun. 
Plants: English Ivy, Vinca Vine, Dragon Wing Begonias, and Spike















This is a west-facing porch that receives afternoon sun.

Plants:  Two boxwoods framing a bench.












This is a west-facing porch that has to have sun-loving plants.  Among the ones that have already been listed is a macho fern.

















This pot is in a shaded corner of my east-facing patio.  The plants in the pot are shade-loving.

Plants:  Autumn Fern, New Guinea Impatiens, and Hydrangea

When the "potting season" is over, I will transplant this Hydrangea into my Hydrangea flower bed.













This pot is in a shaded area of an east-facing patio.

Plants: Caladiums and Impatiens

I just planted these, so these impatiens will get pretty big.  I will repost pictures in about a month to show their progress.













This pot is in a shaded area of an east-facing patio.

Plants: Caladiums and Impatiens

I just planted these, so these impatiens will get pretty big.  I will repost pictures in about a month to show their progress.













This pot is in a shaded area of an east-facing patio.

Plants: Bleeding Heart Vine
















 This is a corner of my east-facing patio that receives a little more sun than the rest.

Plants:
(Top Pot) English Ivy, Rambling Petunia.
(Bottom Pot) Wandering Jew

The Rambing Petunia will cascade down the side of th pot.  I just planted these so I will update with pictures in about a month.










This is on the "morning sun only" part of my east-facing patio.

Plant:  Honestly, I'm not sure what kind of plant this is.  My great-grandmother called it a bottle plant (this is also her pot).















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