Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Experiment

That's what mom is calling this - the experiment.

She wanted to plant Morning Glories but she didn't know where to plant them because they need room and height to climb.
 She took one of her garden chairs and planted Heavenly Blue Morning Glory seeds in a pot and put the pot at the base of the garden chair.  She had visions of the vine growing just on the chair.  How foolish!
 She's been waiting and waiting and waiting for them to bloom~

What a BEAUTIFUL color blue!

The only problem is that the morning glory vine is taller than the witch hazel that's supporting it!   
She'll have to come up with a better plan for next year!

So until next time.................

Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly


Milo and Jet said...

Hi Mitch & Molly
What a lovely flower that you have growing in your garden
Milo & Jet

Cowspotdog said...

They are beautiful flowers but you have to careful ...it can take over your whole garden.

Unknown said...

That looks like your own SECRET GARDEN!

How lovely those flowers look!

So do they bring in new butterflies for you to chase?

Wags, Ginger, Buddy n Shadow

Dexter said...

Lovely, but a bit aggressive. The poor supporting plant.


Gus said...

That is a glorious color BLUE! Maybe next year....two garden chairs ,,,,hehehe

gussie n teka

Unknown said...

They are a lovely colour. Plan B for next year then. Have a terrific Tuesday.
Best wishes Molly

Thor and Jack said...

Hi Mitch and Molly!
Those flowers are beautiful!

Thor and Jack

Unknown said...

My goodness, how beautiful! I can't imagine all the colorful glory around your home :-)

Two French Bulldogs said...

The morning glorys are outta control, BOL
Benny & Lily

Sue said...

Oh I so regret planting morning glories when we first moved here. They have spread everywhere and they kill other plants.. It's a constsnt battle to keep them away from the trees and the hedge. Be very careful with them. Also they are toxic to dogs.

Golden Daily Scoop said...

They are so pretty, we have them around out light post!

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

Ah, the best laid plans of mice and Mums....

It's gorgeous though.

XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

The Army of Four said...

That is SO beautiful!!! We love blue!
Play bows,

Taffy said...

Very pretty! Tell your mom not to worry, she has all winter to figure out a new plan.

Millie and Walter said...

Those morning glories can be a bit of a beast, but the blooms are worth it.

Millie & Walter

animal lover, quilt lover said...

WE here love love love Morning Glory's
I have had them years ago, when I spent most of everyday in the yard,, planted on the front fence!! They are just so beautiful!!!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Thank you so much for all the love you send to me. I can feel the love so much!
I think your Morning Glory flowers are so beautiful....I would like some to grow in my yard.

The Life of Riley said...

"What's the story... Morning Glory?"

On seeing your pretty flowers, my human couldn't resist typing the lyrics from a song.

Niamh said...

Very pretty color. Your mom is a good gardner. Our person is not.

Your friends,
Niamh & Ambrose

KB said...

Your mom is amazing with so many talents! I love the Morning Glories, and I think her experiment was a huge success!

Johann The Dog said...

So beautiful!!!! Love climbing bloomers!

parlance said...

They are beautiful, but I'm sad to say they are a terrible, terrible invader of our Australian bush. Lovely in their own setting, though.

Sweet William The Scot said...

Lee loves Morning Glories, we plant them along the chain link fence where they have no choice but to climb the fence.
Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot

The Black and Tans. said...

We love Morning Glory too. Mum didn't grow them this year. We must make sure she does next summer.

Molly, Taffy, Monty and Winnie