Before you rush out and purchase flowers you’ll want to take into account the size of the garden space surrounding your coop and your planting zone. Visit your local garden center for recommendations on flowers and flowering shrubs that thrive in your area or better yet, visit a friend or neighbors garden whom you admire.
|Mid -summer 2013|
|Endless Summer Hydrangea, Black-eyed Susan and Day-lily|
In the spring of 2012 I planted one large packet of Botanical Interest Morning Glory,
Something Old Something New all around the coop in hopes of seeing a beautiful water fall of blue, purple and white blossoms cascading over the coop and clambering up the chicken wire fencing come fall.