Coincidental Combos

I am all about the plant.  I plant them where they will thrive.  If they don’t do well in one spot, I move them.

I do this over and over.  So when a lovely combination occurs, it is usually serendipity rather than skillful selection.

Here are some combinations that I find fortuitous.  I can’t take any credit for the mixes and matches.  I will, however, take full credit for the health of each plant. They are my babies, along with the bunnies.

Hot Chocolate Calla and a yellow spider lily
Alstroemeria and yellow Coreopsis
“Lily of the Incas’
Giant Yellow daylily (no name) and Black Knight Buddleia
Lucifer Crocosmia and Hot Chocolate Calla
Jewels of Opar ‘Limon’ /Talinum paniculatum with ‘Orange Marmalade’ Crossandra infundibuliformis in the background
Bleeding Heart vine (not yet red) / Clereodendrum thomsoniae and Fairy Lily/ Zephyranthus robustus

FLOWER goes with the flow.

19 thoughts on “Coincidental Combos

  1. Quel magnifique jardin fleuri avec amour. Toutes ces variétés sont splendides.
    J’ai les mêmes lys jaunes mais ils sont encore en boutons. Ils vont bientôt s’ouvrir.
    Mes amitiés

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  2. I love that Alstroemeria.
    My plants really should sign a mobility contract when they arrive. They rarely stay in one place for long. Sometimes it does them good, as well as perhaps finding themselves in a happier position. Disturbing the roots can give them an incentive to grow.

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