Last week it was all about Coreopsis, this week some of my Zinnias. These are ‘Raspberry Lemonade’ bought a few weeks ago as plugs from garden centre and now looking their best. And here are some ‘Orange King’ grown from seeds from Gardeners World magazine. The slugs got most of these when I first planted them out, but these are looking great. And the flowers last for ages too, the oldest one flowered at end June and featured in a previous Six post. Really tall too…..Whilst talking about pots, these osteospermum are now on their second flowering, they don’t seem quite as prolific as Zinnias but lovely just the same:Now here are some Agapanthus. These were originally planted in a border by my Gardener in my Corporate days. For 2 or 3 years they looked fab but in recent years they’ve only produced foliage, no flowers. So, following advice, I dug them up at the end of last Summer and put them in pots. Two of the four pots are now producing flowers, so some success: These Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’ were a bit of a star at the end of last Summer, until a few blustery days blew them all over. This year I’ve staked them to prevent a similar end, so I’m hoping for great things. They’ve just stared to flower this week, and I’m hoping they’ll continue for a couple of months at least. I love the pale yellow of these:Finally another plant bought last year. I bought this Hibiscus late last Summer. It didn’t do too much, as I planted it at the end of its flowering season. It’s also just started to flower this week in my front garden and I’m hoping in future years it will grow as large as some of the ones I’ve seen locally. That’s it for this week, head over to The Propagater for more sixes.