in Challenges Love It I have Pastel flowers in my yard for the Color Crazy Challenge! by Kim_Johnson May 6, 2020, 4:05 pm 47 Views 7 Votes 17 Comments Share Tweet Pin Here they are, you might notice dog hair on some… #1 My hola is blooming. Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Lovely! Can it be grown in pots? 1 Log in to Reply This has been in a pot for over 30 years. In cannot take freezing temps but can live inside in a window with morning light. This one is outside in the shade. Log in to Reply This is so pretty Kim, love the rain drops. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Carol, I guess I should of mentioned that this is honey drops coming from the flower. It tastes like honeysuckle. 🙂 Log in to Reply I wonder ed about a few strands of hair on that beautiful flower. Is that cat fur or… ah… definitely not your hair, right? 1 Log in to Reply I have started dog grooming on my patio Albert, this plant is very sticky and I cannot even rinse it off. I moved the grooming table away from it when I noticed. Log in to Reply View More Comments #2 The mexican sage bloom is getting ready to open fully. It isn't supposed to start blooming until summertime. It seems impatient. Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Love this photograph. This color is my favorite color. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Dawn! Ah yes, its one of mine as well. I need to get some lavender still to go along with it. Log in to Reply I haven’t seen that in my area. Its color is wonderful. 1 Log in to Reply And tastes like regular sage Ileana. 🙂 Log in to Reply Another lovely color. Lucky you. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Carol. I love color as you know. 😀 Log in to Reply #3 Tiny drops of dew were stuck in this tiny succulent plant. It works also for pastel in its slight pink and cream edging to its sage colored green splashed leaves. Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Reminds me a little of my sedum. 1 Log in to Reply I think it may be some type of sedum Carol, it is a volunteer. It came in a plant from home depot. Log in to Reply Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 7 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pin Written by Kim_Johnson 17 Comments Leave a Reply Those are all very lovely flowers. 1 Log in to Reply Thank you Sandra, it keeps my mood up. 🙂 1 Log in to Reply I envy you for the garden. The flowers are wonderful Kim. Years ago, my mother had the flower in the first picture. 1 Log in to Reply Thank you Elenka. I love the spring. You can get Hoyas online, and it would love the balcony in a pot. Log in to Reply To be honest, I’m jealous of you because you can still get those amazing beautiful pictures while I’m not. 1 Log in to Reply I have seen around your house, you have stuff to take pictures of! Whats blooming up in that canopy? Log in to Reply As always love your photos. Many of my blooms have been delayed due to the frost we have had a couple of times recently. 1 Log in to Reply Those late frosts always slow things down don’t they. Everything will look beautiful there with all the rain though. 🙂 Log in to Reply what a great collection of colors! i love the last one with the water drops! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks a bunch Doc. I really like it too. It gets babies on the ends of the leaves, they fall off and start a new plant. It came up in a potted plant I had gotten from home depot. 1 Log in to Reply are you sure it isn’t an alien? does it call you Seymour? 1 Log in to Reply I’ll never forget when she gave birth. Yikes. 1 Log in to Reply well your house now is a little shop, little shop of doggies…. 1 All your flowers are beautiful! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Ileana! Nothing like a bit of color to look out on. Log in to Reply Lovely pictures there Kim. I love your pastel color challenge. 1 Log in to Reply I have loved all the pastels on here. It sure has been pretty. Are you ready for gold or silver? 😉 Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.