Right now I have a rainbow of soft colors in my garden. Many plants are blooming in the high desert.
This lupine has delicate shades of purple and peach on the same plant.
My purple sage shrub started blooming last week. This plant is a member of the mint family. If you crush the leaves you’ll get what some refer to as a “mildly intoxicating minty aroma.”
This a sweet little carnation with dusty green foliage and small blossoms in varying shades of pink.
The orange globe mallow has small blossoms that contrast well with its muted green leaves. The large heart-shaped rock adds a nice accent. I Like Rocks! shows examples of other rocks in my garden.
This is a cushion spurge plant. I love the soft yellow blossoms and colorful variegated foliage on this ‘First Blush’ variety.
I recently featured a close up of another spurge in my yard. They are cheerful little plants. 🙂
I always appreciate the soft colors in my garden, but even more so now.
Just living is not enough… one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.Hans Christian Anderson
11 thoughts on “Rainbow of soft colors in my garden: LAPC”
Lovely choices, excellent quote and your last capture is glorious Siobhan!
Thank you! I liked that last shot in particular.
you have beautiful garden.
Thanks! It’s a work in progress.
That first shot has pretty colours of peach and purple.
Yes, it does!
Love your delicate garden, Siobhan – the blend of soft colours and stones is amazing. The colour and shape – and structure – of stones bring out the beauty of flowers even more.
What pretty flowers!
Thanks. I put fresh mulch in today and now the colors really pop!
Delicate colors. Pretty flowers from your garden.
Thanks, Amy! So much is blooming right now.