Thursday, May 17, 2012

In The Pink

Our new neighbor had a nursery come out and landscape her flowers bed.
Large  Crepe Myrtle trees that I bet are pink and other shrubbery

Pink knock -out roses
Lots of pink Lantana. It was done so well and very pretty. After about three weeks with no rain it began to die the Crepe's leaves were falling. I told the Bennie I am going over and tell her she must water.  She didn't know that and was going to call them and ask if she should water????
She has been doing a good job with the water now and I think it will all live.
 I am watering much because she is out of town for a week.
I just could not watch it die--- now could I?


Sunray Gardens said...

No you had to say something but come on how can anyone not know to water? And what is worse is that they really should have been telling her how much to water with it being new plantings.

Cher Sunray Gardens

Darla said...

What a great neighbor you are!!!

Maple Lane said...

You are a great neighbor to water for her. That's a pretty combination of plants. Hope it all does well.

Lona said...

I am sure she appreciated the reminder to water. That would have been a shame to have all those lovely plants die. I love the combination of pink plants they used. Have a wonderful week Patsy.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

That was so thoughtful of you !
We've learned the hard way, water....or everything will dry up and die :(
Still no header ? I hope you have sorted it all out with Blogger ;)

Far Side of Fifty said...

I don't water but I have established perennials. I like the must be the one that is called Pure Country that is in all shade of yellows to pinks..very pretty. It was nice of you to svae the plants Patsy:)

L. D. Burgus said...

It has been done well. I need to go out a water myself as things are getting droopy.