I couldn’t resist taking some photos of the flowers I saw in Neustift, Austria. The plantings, most of which were annuals, were typical of what you see in the Alps.
Unlike my containers, which tend to get straggly by the end of the summer, these were thriving. Is it the air? The water? A secret alpine fertilizer? Or good old TLC?
One of several nurseries in the village.
A flower box on the wall of an alpine hut.
Geraniums are very popular here.
Skis sit in a rental shop, waiting for winter. I liked how the mountains were reflected in the window.
There were so many window boxes, I didn’t bother photographing most of them. This hotel, however, really stood out. I loved the way they mixed plants and colors.
This village cat was also colorful.
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