I have really enjoyed the colorful pictures going around for JNW’s fuchsia photo challenge this week.
As we were leaving the house to take my son to get his cast taken off of his arm today, I looked down at the front path and realized I had some garden flowers that would fit right into this pink challenge! Here is a bit of the beauty:
I like perennials because they come back every year and I have had the Sedum Autumn Joy since 2008. However, sometimes with Virginia’s mild winters – annuals will also come back each year – and the fuchsia Petunia (bottom photo) was a gift of a flower to me this year because this little ol’ annual showed up in a very barren area of the garden in early summer.
When this little pink petunia started growing in this bare spot, it reminded me that sometimes we just do not know what is going on beneath the surface.
Sometimes many great things are happening when things seem rather plain!
So remember… we should NOT be moved by what we see on the surface because many times growth – or change – is not always visible to the naked eye!
Have a nice day!
For more fuchsia entries, or to join in with your own photos, go here.