When the ditch lilies thinned, I brought the hanging pot of calibrachoa to the front garden. It provides some color in the sea of green and is appropriately named "Confetti."
Join Mary at Little Red House
for more mosaics. And, if you've never played along or made a mosaic, feel free to ask, there are many wonderful programs. This week, I used two: Photoscape and PicMonkey.
A wonderful week to you...
Wonderful colorful blooms!ReplyDelete
Is it wrong for me to covet your beautiful flowers when it's all I can do to keep the grass alive? ;-)ReplyDelete
Vee, this is so beautiful, it could be a painting. I really need to practice making a mosaic. I can't seem to get beyond three or four photos on PicMonkey. xoReplyDelete
Wow! Gorgeous blooms in your garden!ReplyDelete
How pretty...especially since we are now in the 100 plus and everything looks deadReplyDelete
Lovely blooms! Almost everything died here this summer because of the heat. Constant watering didn't help.ReplyDelete
Your blooms are lovely Vee. Here at this temporary home, we have butterfly bushes and Dahlias blooming.ReplyDelete
WOw what a beautiful mosaic- your colourful flowers are amazing, Vee!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, it could be a post card!ReplyDelete
Very lovely flowers, nicely arranged.ReplyDelete
Oh so beautiful. God sure loves bright colors, doesn't He?ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love it!ReplyDelete
I'm off to check on some more!
I think that's one of the prettiest mosaics you've ever made! I love all of the colors!ReplyDelete
Magnificent collage!! Wonderful colors!! Have a grand week! CathyReplyDelete
What a pretty mosaic! Beautiful bloomers indeed. Have a great week! Blessings, PamReplyDelete
Such pretty flowers blooming at your place Vee, and I like the style of the mosaic.ReplyDelete
Goodness gracious! I know it's all been said but I will again "GORGEOUS"! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous July blooms! Your yard looks like a very happy place. =) Happy Monday Vee!ReplyDelete
Your mosaic is so colorful and pretty. Hope you have a nice week!ReplyDelete
So pretty! So cheerful! So mosaicly you! :DReplyDelete
That mosaic just shouts SUMMER!!!!ReplyDelete
I love it - all that riotous colour and beautiful floral display. Bring it on!
glorious colour. What a delight to behold! have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
Your garden is a riot of colour these days. What a cheerful mosaic!ReplyDelete
So many colors in your garden. I love the variety of morning glories, panseys, daylilies and so many other flowers.ReplyDelete
Yael from Home Garden Diggers
Wonderful mosaic and filled with so many pretty colors. Lots of fantastic blooms at your place.
I love flowers ~ what a beautiful mosaic! I know how long it takes to create a mosaic with just 4 or 5 pictures so I want you to know how much I appreciate the time you took to create and share this one.ReplyDelete
WOW! WOW! WOW!!!!!!ReplyDelete
What an amazing mosaic, of your lovely, lovely, lovely flowers. Just beeeeeeeautful. Gracious! That hassssss to be on a note card. :-)
"The fairy queen wore velvet cloaks of pansy purple in spring,
with a petticoat of late yellow trumpet Daffodil."
Beautiful blooms in July. A happy photo. : )ReplyDelete
Such beautiful colors!ReplyDelete
Love what's blooming in your garden!
This mosiac is as lovely as a flower shop, Vee! If only I could smell all those flowers through the screen ;)ReplyDelete
'A riot of colour' is right! Love it.ReplyDelete
What are ditch lilies?
I love your pretty mosaic. I still have not made a mosaic yet. I keep saying I am going to try one. One day I just might surprise myself and actually make one :)
Have a sweet day and hugs, Elizabeth
I love that!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is a great mosaic!! I really love the Calibrachoa, or "Confetti" flowers; they're sooo pretty. I don't know if I've ever seen those before.
When you say "ditch lilies", do you mean the common orange daylilies? I think that's so cute; my MIL calls them railroad lilies because you often see them growing alongside railroad tracks (and ditches) here in NC. Some people think they're a nuisance, but I love them.
Thanks for sharing and have a great week!
Denise at Forest Manor
Beautiful and colorful..I love making mosaics and find photoscape.org the easiest of ways.ReplyDelete
I like the mosaic you put here all the blooming flowers in July. I like to make that too for my flowers here too. Thanks for the visit I do appreciate it.ReplyDelete
Vee your mosaic is so lovely, bright and cheery. Have a nice day.ReplyDelete
I've tried to get better at mosaics. I'm still sort of duncey about them. I don't know why, but I regularly cut the very part I wanted to highlight right out of the picture.
Gorgeous blooms! My garden needs weeding so badly but it's been so hot and dry it's taken all my spare time to keep it watered so the weeds are winning. No blooms on my morning glory yet.ReplyDelete
I saw your post about the Olympics. My favorite is the womens' (I should say girls') gymnastics.
totally charming the way you did the mosaic. And the flowers are gorgeous, Getting too hot/dry here for many flowers looking their best,ReplyDelete