Monday, September 29, 2008

Today's Flowers in My Garden









Thank you to Luiz, of Todays Flowers, for this opportunity to share beautiful flowers with others. For more flower photos please click HERE.

10 comments:

Mary said...

Wow..you still have a lot of color! That first shot really does say "Welcome"....very cheerful! Your sedum is more pink than mine...mine is violet. I wonder if the soil makes a difference, or are they just different types? Love the hydrangea! All very pretty! Love the header photo!

coups de coeur vidéo said...

Very nice , I Like

Chiara said...

Hi..
I happened by here..
Your blog is so cute.. and all the photos... simply wonderful...
Greetings from Rome, Italy!
Chiara :-)

me ann my camera said...

mary:
We actually have a lot of flower beds and we have a big focus on gardening during the summer. Its funny in a way that I have really haven't posted much about it for it is a large part of our daily routines. The blooms probably won't last much longer as we have had frost now for a few nights, and last night we had a lot of wind and rain as the remnants of Hurricane Kyle moved through our area.

Leora said...

All beautiful photos. I was especially taken by your pink sedum(?). It also looks a bit like achillea, which may just be similar looking. I'd like to grow that flower in my front yard. Maybe in the spring...

Becky and Gary said...

I just love Fall colors. Those flowers are so beautiful.
Sorry for being away for a few days. We've been shopping for a new vehicle, and it's been crazy. I'll try to be better.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Gorgeous!Need I say more?

Carletta said...

These are gorgeous! All of them!

2sweetnsaxy said...

I can't believe I missed your post yesterday. :-( These are beautiful. I really do have to do better with my yard.

Geraldine said...

I think some of the late summer flowers are the prettiest. We are still waiting for the leaves to turn here (fully). It's going to be 25 above today so I don't think that's going to happen for a while.

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