Taken in the fall, this photo shows that a touch of white in this heath aster next to the Blushing Knockout rose makes them appear bridal worthy. In high summer, Blushing Knockout is as white as the aster, but then only the aster’s blue foliage shows, and it is still a nice contrast. Heath aster reminds me of baby’s breath so maybe that’s why I think of weddings.
A touch of white from these daisies in Texas (I don’t remember their name, someone help please) and the white rain lilies soften hard granite steps. The daisies are nearly pillow-esque.
A touch of white in this Grandpa Otts morning glory acts as a runway light for the humble bee to pollinate. If you want seeds, contact me, but beware, it spreads everywhere.
A touch of white in the autumn clematis clinging to my old fence looks so innocent, but don’t be fooled. In the south, this charmer is another spreader and nearly impossible to remove from the garden once there.
Puffy seed heads in dwarf fountain grass provide a touch of white for the front border.
This was so much fun. Thanks to Katarina at Roses and Stuff who came up with this meme. I really enjoyed looking through all of my old photographs. Took me right back to summer and fall. What does a touch of white do to your garden pray tell?