This is too beautiful, I had to pin it! Vivid cobalt blue flowers shutters. Photo by Roberta Giustini.
Red White And Blue Flowers Garden
Gardening in the Shade: Annual Plants for Shady Areas
With their fernlike foliage and lovely, lacy spires of blossoms in shades of white, pink, red, and purple, shade-loving astilbes make the perfect foil for additional beds filled with hosta. In fact, astilbe — sometimes called false spirea — and hosta are two of the very best shade-garden companions. They look absolutely wonderful mass-planted together in slightly shady locations, especially with variegated foliage and different hues of flowers.
Red white and blue planter
astilbe – shade plant. Plays well with hostas and japanese ferns
Flea Market Gardening – a tricycle as a flower display….. great for a small space!!
Who can resist a red, white, and blue garden? This flower-packed fence line contains just three varieties, so its easy to duplicate the look. Surround Scarlet Flower Carpet roses with white sweet alyssum and dark blue lobelia. This trio will bloom through the fourth of July.
red and blue flowers in pot (Could add some white flowers for a red, white and blue pot.)
red, white, blue
A really nice Proven Winners basket idea…Red Superbells, Blue Lobelia, and White Verbena. We may try this one next year at the orchard.