These Two Should Be Married


Just look at how they carry on together. They need to get a room don’t you think. In the Spring, I paired Victoria Blue Slavia and Coreopsis “Sweet Dreams” together on a hunch they would make a lovely couple. I looked out my kitchen window today and the light seemed just right for picture taking. Look how I found these two behaving.

100_8948Looks like they were made to be a couple in total and complete love. The purple in the coreopsis has the right touch of blueish purple and the salvia has the right amount of purple. It works and makes me so proud.

100_8967If they could have children, the whole world would sing.

100_8950The Painted Daisies encouraged the relationship.

100_8965They are the talk of the garden right now and I can see why.

100_8963I guess there will be a repeat of this next year because I like it.


100_8957Sweet Dreams and may all your flowers live happily every after.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Phillip says:

    What a great combination. You have a real artist’s eye Anna.


  2. Catherine says:

    What a pretty combination! I love that Coreopsis and I’m looking for it tomorrow! I wonder how well it does over the winter? I’ve had a couple of pink ones before and they didn’t really do well after the first winter.


    1. Mine do well but they get a dose of mulch in the Autumn for protection. I do love this combination.


  3. Jared says:

    Anna, you make me laugh with all that talk of plants carrying on with each other. Smiling over here in NYC.


  4. Brooke says:

    So pretty, I love salvias.


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