When you come to Mountain Home, come to the back door. If I'm open, it's open.
My flowers are not so colorful this year. Lots of greens and whites and a little pink.
See my beautiful sweet summer clematis? It's almost ready to bloom. It is waiting, I am sure, for all of your visits next week. By then it should be an explosion of white.
I decided not to use so many begonias and impatiens this year. They are so very tender and freeze at the first cold spell. I am hoping my Dusty Miller and Asparagus Fern last a little longer. It is so hard to replace so many plants at once.
It is a Purple Cherokee tomato and I have two that are beginning to ripen.
I really can't wait. Purple Cherokee is an heirloom tomato that is supposed to do well in Tennessee and have exceptional taste.
Of course I had to have a few impatiens and ferns.