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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Flowering September

Cucumbers, yellow squash and tomatoes still grow.
Makes me wonder what winter will bring.

23 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wow! Just as beautiful as the springtime flowers. This is what these pictures are? What is the fuzzy red plant, celasius? And the awesome range? The others are roses? You really have a green thumb!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Amazing shots. And I'm impressed if those are current.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, pretty flowers. The roses are lovely. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your week ahead!

camp and cottage living said...

Gail
Your flowers are just beautiful! It's been in the 50's here.

Michelle said...

These are lovely! Everything here is dying off....even the trees are losing their leaves.

TexWisGirl said...

how beautiful.

Deb said...

I especially like the second shot.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

We are still growing those things, too. Beautiful captures, my friend!

Lee said...

Such beauty! :)

LindaG said...

Love your flowers and Marigolds, Gail! ^_^

Alica said...

I enjoy seeing such pretty flowers still blooming when everything else (the lawn!!) looks so tired from the summer's heat. Hopefully this winter brings much milder temps than our summer did!! :)

Sketching with Dogs said...

Beautiful colours!
Lynne x

Sandra said...

I love the second photo, so beautiful. all of the flowers are so pretty... soon you will have fall colors in your leaves

Farm Girl said...

beautiful Gail!

only slightly confused said...

Lovely colours.

Susan said...

Those roses are so lovely! I would love to grow them, but at this point, I can only put in those plants that need no tending...

Harry Flashman said...

Farmers Almanac says this will be a bad winter. We have some flowers blooming along the roadways here, but I don't know what they are.

Karen S. said...

Well, I'm think snow, and cold and ice and snowmen and more cold...and well flowers at the flower shop and maybe inside my house if we're lucky!

Arkansas Patti said...

You have quite the color palette. All I have left is an occasional rose and a cantaloupe plant that persists in blooming.

Lynne said...

One thing you have is still a bunch of color!
NICE . . .

Adam said...

pretty flowers

Josie Two Shoes said...

Such a beautiful array of flowers, and how I do love yellow roses!! It's been a good year for growing things, our weeds are at their very best! ;-). I suspect that in just a few more weeks the closing down of Autumn will be upon us, I am ready for nice cool days!

Susan Anderson said...

That yellow rose is so cheerful!

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