Saturday, July 24, 2010

Crocosmia - Lucifer with sedum and fuchsia in background

Butterfly on balcony

Fuchsia abounds here - great fun to pop.

The slightly boring Rose of Sharon
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11 comments:

Sharon Longworth said...

typical - the only flower that bears the same name as me turns out to be boring....
I think it still has a certain something.

Pat said...

Sharon; I am too harsh. It can always be relied on to come up smiling and colourful when all else fails. My garden would be poorer without it and now I shall associate it with a friendly blogger:)

lom said...

We have some of those orange flowers, I always wondered what they were, they run a bit wild.


Pat I have moved sites, I could.t stop the spam.

Pat said...

LOM: as long as I can still find you;)

Olive's Granddaughter said...

I wish I had your green thumb. Also, the cooler temperatures of England would help.

Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

Daphne is poisonous, apparently. Love your garden. So do you, obviously!

Pat said...

Olive's G: you don't see my failures;)

Daphne: so many plants are. I loved the daphne mazurnium
(something like that)which died. It was by the front door of my old house and fragranced the entrance.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Your garden is BEAUTIFUL, Pat. So very many lovey colorful flowers...It is always a joy to see pictures of what is in bloom there....! These all were Gorgeous!

Guyana-Gyal said...

These flowers have spurred me on to do work in our garden. But the rain has been wayyyyy to much, recently.

rashbre said...

Theres that saying about the grass is greener. Yours certainly is.

Pat said...

Rashbre : I do some watering but it is quite sheltered.