Tuesday, September 18, 2012

September blooms



Japanese anenomes

Hibiscus


Michaelmas daisies

Away before me to sweet beds of flowersTwelfth Night, 1, 1.
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25 comments:

Scarlet Blue said...

Lovely, Pat.
Bizarrely, I don't get to see a lot of flowers where I am [middle of field], I am beginning to miss them.
Sx

Pat said...

Scarlet: we'll be dwindling from now on:)

Mike and Ann said...

The weather's just a touch crisper, but our gardens are still colourful.There's a lot to be said for a bit of Indian Summer.

Rog said...

We are currently up North where only Bog plants and pond life can survive....

angryparsnip said...

I so love when you post photos of your garden. Beautiful !

cheers, parsnip

mapstew said...

You have THE best blooms Pat! :¬)

xxx

Chef Files said...

"...Love-thoughts lie rich when canopied with bowers."

A pleasure to see dear lady, a pleasure to see such beauty.

LL Cool Joe said...

The sun sure is shinning on your beautiful flowers!

GYPSYWOMAN said...

just gorgeous, pat - i always LOVE your flower posts, too - at home, flowers are in bloom everywhere every season - but here, blooming flowers are scarce and i miss them so much -

Marjolein said...

Except for the daises we have those flowers in our garden too. I love the colour they add.

Pat said...

Mike and Ann; you always seem to have something colourful blooming when I make acyber trip.

Rog: you seem to have been away for ages but good to see the doggies are having fun.

Parsnip: thankyou - we are coming to the end of the blooming season now.

Map: if you say so it must be
true:)

Chef: poetic as ever. Even your recipes.

Joey: I do hope it lasts for another week.

Guypsy: I doubt if I could survive without them.

Marjolein: the daisies are like a weed. They spread everywhere in different shades of lilac.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Wooo hoo hooooo says the garden!

Glorious! Joyful!

She, the garden, is having a wonderful time, isn't she?

Pat said...

GG: yes even if she is looking a little blowsy and showing her age:)

OldLady Of The Hills said...

Your Garden looks Soooo Very Beautiful Pat....Lovely Blooms for September! (How did it get to be September???)
Everything looks so well loved and deeply cared for...!

Pat said...

Naomi: well loved but these particular blooms come up smiling every year, with little nurturing.

john.g. said...

Great pics, as usual!

Pat said...

Thanks John:)

About Last Weekend said...

How funny, was just looking at those flowers in the nursery and thinking how much I would love them in my garden

Pat said...

ALW: don't you find coincidences like that happen all the time in blogland?

Bernie said...

Some lovely blooms there... Spring is, well, springing into action down here, so soon enough, the gardens will be in bloom!!!

Back, after a long time absence, its been way to long since I have visited...

Pat said...

Bernie: welcome back:)

Anonymous said...

Hello, I simply wanted to take time to make a comment and say I have really enjoyed reading your site.

Eryl said...

How lovely, Pat. I saw a huge hibiscus today, just like the one here, and didn't know it was a hibiscus until I came and saw your photo.

Pat said...

eryl: I have to go through the alphabet to remember the name.

Granny Annie said...

I went shopping for the first time in a long time on Monday and was surprised to see how much purple clothing was everywhere. Looks like purple flowers are popular too. I love purple.