Saturday, September 26, 2009

Pat's Late Bloomers




If only it had a fragrance.

These insist on a daily watering.
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13 comments:

Kim Ayres said...

Red bloomers like that could easily have been waved at the train :)

Pat said...

Kim: I'm worried about your obsession with red bloomers and it's having a subconscious effect on my titles!
I laughed tho'!

Kim Ayres said...

:)

Pat said...

Kim : whilst you were here I was there - you with a smile me with a ...
No I'm fine. Really:)

angryparsnip said...

Your garden... late bloomers or not, is very lovely.
I want to plant some "Iceburg" roses like I had in my other gardens, just have to find a protected place.

debra said...

these are beautiful, Pat. Mine are a bit bedraggled---but then, so am I.

Cinnamon said...

Amazing- I have one red rose blooming. This warm sunny spell has been kind to us. I like your garden- the seat looks like an inviting place to while away some time :)

Pat said...

Parsnip: we had iceberg but it seems to have disappeared. It's not a great area for roses and I do love them.

Debra: I'm relieved you can't see me at the moment - something the cat brought in would cover it.

Cinnamon: I used to spend hours sitting in the garden but rarely do now for more than 15 minutes at the most. Getting restless in my old age. And yet if I didn't have a garden I'd wilt.

Charlie said...

Stunning as always, Pat.

And I don't believe that part about the cat dragging you in, unless you were covered in catnip.

Pat said...

Charlie: it's nice to have a few illusions and I won't shatter them.

Kim Ayres said...

((hug))

Guyana-Gyal said...

Lovely, lovely garden, how you inspire me :-)

Pat said...

Kim and GG: thanks:)