a mother's musings from Middle England.......
Oh, they're lovely, Linds. From what I can see, it would appear they're maybe "miniature" petunias. I swear, these are so sweet, I'm going to call around to some reputable nurseries here and see if they have them or can get them for me.You're a sweetie to do this for me.xoxoxoBarb
Oooooh, so pretty and thick!!
Beautiful flowers.Thanks for posting the pics.
I love the simple generosity Petunias afford, & also, the rich array of colours.Beautiful
These petunias are simply lovely!! They are so wonderful to plant because they grow so easily and profusely!! His,Mrs. U
I love petunias, but we have created so much shade in our yard that they don't do too well any more. Such lovely profusion in your yard.I know what you mean about being able to read a book a day, but not any more. I used to read on the way to the student center for lunch, my whole lunch hour, and on the way back (yes, I read and walk at the same time). Since my schedule change, I now read at stop signs! And while I exercise at the gym. I did manage to read most of the trilogy by Eugenia Price before we went to St. Simons Island. I had to finish up the third one while we were driving there and back. Such a lovely vacation we had. My SIL is here from Manchester for a couple of weeks. That'll be nice! It's my mom's birthday today, so she's with her today.
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