Oh i love the colors of these.
Good easy is what I need and the beauty is a bonus!
LOVE blue flowersgreat pictures
Your Mexican petunias are gorgeous! Great captures, Dot!
So lovely!Thanks for your suggestion about steeples in a blog. Maybe I will start posting churches and/or their steeples on Sundays.
Hi Dot! Love the color of these Petunias! Have a wonderful week!
Beautiful purple color! These flowers appear to be very dainty.
These are different petunias - I like the bushy plant. Gorgeous color!
Petunias azuis, que lindas!Parabens! Um abraço. Lizete
very lovely colors. my mom would definitely love it.
I think I'd like these in my garden.. love the colour.
Beautiful!You say they are easy to grow - well then I'm going to get me some of those.
Just beautiful. I love that colour!
Lovely petunias to brighten up the day. Thank you.My Ixora flowers
Beautiful photos and colours.
I've never seen these.They are beautiful.Lovely colour.May be I have to grow them next year...Thanks for the tip Dot. Wishing you a wonderful week. :)
I think those are really pretty..I see them a good bit here.
They're very pretty and what a great color.
Hello DotDid not know about petúnias Mexican.They are very beautiful. Indeed, his blog only has beautiful pictures.About the strawberry from my post, this is a common strawberry, these edible.A hug
Beautiful colour! I love petunias but I have not yet seen these Mexican ones!
What lovely petunias. I love their leaves. Easy to grow, you say? Well, you live in the South, so it might be more so there.
This color is great, and rather unusual in the nature (aroud here, anyway...)Nice shots!
Beautiful pictures Dot.
What a lovely colour blue! Great pics! Thanks for your visit!
Dot: What a neat flower and I love the way you displayed it.
Beautiful flowers. Our flowers are pretty much gone now, except for that occasional hardy wildflower.
The colour of this flower is to die for!
Dot, I really like this collage. And, I've never heard of this variety! The blue is wonderful and this is a gorgeous post, as usual.
I love that purple color Dot - lovely!
The pale lavender makes them so inviting!I like your collage very much!Come and see mine that blogger finally allowed me to get up.sigh
Beautiful petunia bush. Does it grow naturally in Georgia? Love the colors!
What a contrast to the last set. The color is almost the opposite, and these petals look so much more delicate.
Beautiful blue flowers.
There's a run on blue flowers this week and I love blue flowers! Great shots.I played too but on Cath's Cradle - my other blog which you can get through my profile if you have time. Thanks.
Fantastic petunias.I hope all is well with you.Have a nice week.
Oh your flowers are so pretty! Thanks for sharing!
One of my favorite colors. Very pretty..
Such a lovely petunia - great color. Thank you very much for your visit
Oh, these are lovely! To my eyes, they look more lavender than blue. And I love your collage!
What a gorgeous shade of blue-ish purple ~ perwinkle? Lovely.
Beautiful mosaic! I used to have one of these plants and every morning there would be more flowers!~Kelli
I had never heard of this...now I need to go check and see if it grows here. I may have seen it and not noticed.
This is a sweet, delicate looking flower. I wonder if they grow in zone 5?ann
Those are pretty. Easy to grow sounds good to me.
Hi DotMarvelous petunias!!Thanks for posting in TODAY'S FLOWERS!Your support is very important to us!Luiz & Denise - From TF team.
Lovely, the color is nice. Are they in your garden?
Dot,The more that I look at the new color on your blog, the better I like it. It's a pretty grey - slate grey? It makes your pics stand out so much better..:)
Succh a fantastic colour.I love blue flowers.
Hi Dot... Your flowers are amazing... the colors are outstanding. It's such an unusual color too... very nice indeed.Thanks for dropping by my blog. I really appreciate it!~Michele~Mountain Retreat
My favorite bloom color
Your Mexican petunias are gorgeous!
Very time I'm seeing this flower. I like the name and color.Paz
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