Monday, March 9, 2009


Let's revisit the
White Flower Farms
Spring 2009 catalog
and drool over 
Blue Flower 

How about these Campanulas
they bloom in June & July.
This variety is 3 feet tall.

Adenophora confusa

Again they bloom in June
and again in September.

Delphinium Magic Fountains Strain

Sea Holly....
Not in my zone,
but I buy them 
as an annual.

Eryngium Sapphire Blue

Lavender - can you imagine the scent?

Lavender Patch

My very favorite -
This is an Endless Summer.
I planted a few in my garden
and last year
I got one bloom per bush.
I think I need to move them
they are in too much shade.

Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer™

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Blue Monday



Mrs. B. Silly said...

I adore blue flowers especially in the garden. They just make me happy!

Smilingsal said...

Blue flowers are so rare; perhaps that's why I love them so much. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

Raggedy Girl said...

They are all so pretty. I need to look for the sea holly, they are really sweet. Thanks for sharing.

Roberta Anne

ellen b said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful and more beautiful. oh I'm looking forward to walking through some Spring Gardens!

Ki said...

I buy fresh cut Sea Holly for my arrangements...I have been calling them thistle...thanks for the tip. I too love blue flowers...they are tuff to come by.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Robyn, this is just gorgeous! I love all of the beautiful blue flowers!

Happy Blue Monday...


Sheila :-)

Baba's Blog .. Babies Are Special said...

Hi Robyn, I love these blue flowers..Blue is my favorite color!! I have never seen a Sea holly.It is probably too hot to grow in my area.
Thanks for sharing today. Baba

Chari said...

Mornin' Robyn...

Girl, if these aren't the prettiest blue flowers that I've ever seen...I especially love the lavender and hydrangeas!!! I'm with you about having Spring fever...and we are supposed to be getting more snow tonight and tomorrow here in colorful Colorado...ughhh!

Warmest wishes,

jenjen said...

Oh - those flowers are gorgeous! I can't wait for Spring to come so I can see flowers again!



Anonymous said...

These flowers are sooo lovely! I am so glad pring is almost here and I can see pretty flowers again :>) Thank you for sharing! Happy Blue Monday ♥

Shelia said...

Hi Robyn! Oh, these flowers are beautiful!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

salmagundi said...

We had Taco Pie this weekend. That recipe is a keeper!!! Thanks for sharing. Sally

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

You are making me have spring fever in the worst kind of way! I want that post on your first house tale to come up soon... and don't let me miss it! thanks

Sweetie said...

Beautiful! I don't often see blue flowers but would like to plant some this spring. The hydrangea is my all time favorite flower. Happy Blue Monday!

Anonymous said...

A flower catalogue is the perfect place to dream. They all look perky and perfectly blue.

Kathy b

Stacey said...

What a good idea! I've never grown blue flowers much although I like them. My mom always has them.

Mojo said...

You definitely picked some winners here. The hydrangea is always a safe bet -- if you can keep them alive that is. I've never had much luck with that, but they sure are nice while they last.

Twice as Nice said...

I have a blue hydrangea too. Since I've planted it I've gotten green leaves but no flowers...not sure of why. Hopefully this summer it will bloom.

Cynthia said...

Great post Robyn,
Hydrangea's are my fave too and last year I planted a blue one so I'll see what happens this year. If Spring ever comes to us, Cindy

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Beautiful Blue Monday photos and you've also reminded me, we need to amend the soil around our Endless Summers, so they'll be blue,this year!!

JudyBug said...

What gorgeous pics! My favorite is the hydrangea. I'm just dying to plant some of those.


Susan said...

Running late this week visiting blogs....Hope you had a great Blue Monday! My favorite are the hydrangeas...I have planted many in our shady back yard!


I love White Flower Farms,I can wear out the pages of their catalogues! Come on springtime!

Judi said...

Happy Blue Monday
ahhhh such pretty flowers. I hope your hydrangeas bloom more this year. I'm looking forward to planting some as well.
Can't wait for summer!..spring!!
have a lovely day

Debra said...

Oh Robyn...those hydrangeas are just so beautiful...they are my favorites!

Happy Blue Monday to you!!

Tricia said...

I am longing to have all these blues in my yard, maybe someday when the budget isn't quite so tight.

Tabbikat's Thoughts

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Love the blue flowers !

Carol said...

Beautiful! I love the blues! Great post!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love blue flowers too! I have lavender and hydrangeas growing in my garden.
I think hydrangeas need a lot of water at theri roots, too.

Lisa (aka) French said...

Tell you what I will decorate if you will garden for me;) Fair trade?? lol French;) xoxo

Heidi Pocketbook said...

Your blue flowers are pretty! The hydrangeas on the north side of my house do fine, so maybe you need to just be patient with your new ones--they might need Miracid (it's like Miracle Gro only acidic).

Thanks for your visit and the bday wishes☺

Melissa Miller said...

Very pretty!
I do love Hydrangea as well. ;)

Blondie's Journal said...


I adore each & every one of these BLUE flowers!! I have never heard of Sea Holly but it is very cool. I think I will have to try it as an annual as you do!

Thanks for sharing. I left a comment on Pink Saturday. I am playing catch up! Thanks for visiting me!! :-)


Picket said...

Hey girl....I love seeing blue in a garden and I adore Hydrangeas....I have a huge one that blooms pink and purple....can't wait to see some color in the yard! Hope you are having a great day!

myroseretreat said...

Oh my goodness! The blue hydrangeas are my favorite. I have one bush and no matter how much fetilizer I add to the soil it still blooms pink!!! Love, love, love the blue flowers, all flowers!

Hill upon Hill said...

What stunning photo's.

Elaine said...

Beautiful photos. My favorites are hydrangeas too except I can't grow them here in Phoenix. :(
My fathe-in-law grows gorgeous ones in San Diego so I have to resign myself to enjoying his when we visit....and bring home armloads to dry for arrangements !
Elaine :)