Monday, September 20, 2010

end of summer garden



The weekend flew by. .
again.
I am here late on Sunday night posting a quick peek of my garden for you view Monday morning.
The Sedum are coming into their beautiful fall color now. 


My pots are nearing the end of their color and yet. . .when the rain stops for a few minutes ..
there is still such loveliness to behold.


My begonias did amazing this year,
Next year I'll add another bunch to the masses of yellow I had this year.
They are so independent and never ask for much.


The Japanese Anemone is flourishing. . oblivious to the nearing of fall.

It was a very good weekend. . .
it was all about being with those I care about most.
Wonderful friends. . .
and wonderful family.

I hope you have a wonderful week. . .
all for now. 


12 comments:

  1. I went for Begonias in post this year and was amazed, too, at how little care they required.
    I hope you enjoy your last days of summer. It's a bit rainy for my taste, here in your valley - but I've brought a rain coat with a hood!

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  2. Your flowers still look very good..mine are starting to show that autumn is here. My sedum joy is a bright spot.

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  3. I wish I had a few more fall flowers like sedum. That shot of colour in the fall is lovely. I may have to try for dahlias - if only I can remember to pull them.

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  4. Some beautiful color remains in your garden. Lovely. Glad your weekend was full of love :0)

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  5. I love your new template...maybe you've had it awhile...but it looks great...Those flowers sure took a beating yesterday.
    Fall is here, according to those rains yesterday...but a day perfect for saying good byes for us...

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  6. Sedum, dahlias and nasturtiums are adding last of the season color to my yard right now. I can't wait for the japanese maples to chime in with color too.

    You are so blessed to have family nearby!

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  7. Sedum, dahlias and nasturtiums are adding last of the season color to my yard right now. I can't wait for the japanese maples to chime in with color too.

    You are so blessed to have family nearby!

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  8. Hi,
    I'm tagging you for the Sunshine Award. You can read the details on my blog, http://quilterinthepines.blogspot.com.
    You write about so many interesting things, and have such good recipes!

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  9. You managed to capture your summer blooms between downpours...and they're still looking good! I'm always ready to switch to fall mode over here...and pull out the petunias.

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  10. Just came by for a visit. Your garden is still beautiful . . . even as it's preparing for Fall.

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  11. I am amazed at how good your flowers look in September. Apparently you took good care of them.

    Spending time with those you love...what could be better!

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Thank you!