I was first introduced to the Lavender Lady Passionflower vine on Pam Penick's blog Digging. Since I'm obsessed with Passionflowers, I knew I had to add this variety to my garden. It is one of my favorite plants. It is an evergreen, a host plant for gulf fritillary butterflies and has gorgeous pink and purple showy flowers. That is a winning combination in my book.
Another plant I have been searching for is the Chocolate Daisy. Jenny at Rock Rose
has featured this native plant several times on her blog. It really does smell like chocolate!
I've been coveting the Twinkle Pink Cuphea in Pam Penick's garden for years. I first saw it in 2009 on Pam's blog Digging. Locating it has been no easy task. I planted the Pink Cuphea next to the White Mistflower. Looking forward to seeing this flowering combination in the Fall.
Thank you Pam and Jenny for your wonderful garden blogs. I have learned so much about gardening by reading your posts.