Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Bloomin Tuesday!


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This daisy just opened up in the past few days!


Pampas Grass along the back border.




Yellow and orange mums in the china bed.


The sunflowers are trying to eek out a few more blossoms!



This is one of those azaleas that bloom spring and fall. It's trying!



The last of the tomatoes....sigh!


I hope you enjoyed seeing some of what's growing in my garden! I've been working on my dining room this week (had to paint because we had french doors installed last year). I don't enjoy painting walls like I used to! I have a few more fall touches to share tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate!



18 comments:

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Yes! I did enjoy. How wonderful that you have so many pretty posies and you will all the way to November and beyond???

Darla said...

Thanks for sharing the yellow and orange mum...perfect for this time of the year!

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Manuela, I love all your blooms. Your Mums look great! Perfect Fall decor for your china plate area!
Love, Ann

Paula said...

Dear Manuela,
I love all your pretty blooms! Thank you for sharing. I hope the painting is coming along well!

Blessings,
Paula

Kathleen Grace said...

ly to see the last of the garden, the only thing I don't like about fall is that everything here seems to be blooming it's last. i hear you on the painting. I used to do a room in a day, sometimes on a whim! Now, I can barely get through it. It's a lot harder to get up and down that ladder!

Jean said...

Love the daisies and the sunflower. The pampus grass makes a great statement all by itself.Great post! Happy Bloomin' Tuesday! Jean

salmagundi said...

I, too, am going to miss the tomatoes right out of our garden. I've frozen a lot, however, for our winter soups. Looking forward to seeing your dining room. Sally

Sweetie said...

Your blooms are all beautiful. I am most impressed with your pampas grass. It is the nicest that I have ever seen. I planted some plants this year and they all died. Is there a secret to growing it?
Sweetie

perennialgardener said...

I love the little profusion zinnias in the first photo. Aren't they great annuals, I plan on planting some from seed next spring. Your tomatoes look delicious & ripe.

AJ said...

Love all your pretty blooms! I feel your pain-I.do.not.like.painting!

diXymiss said...

Pretty posies! Looks like you're blessed with a nice variety of blossoms yet, as Fall arrives. I really need to figure out how to achieve a balance of "seasonal color" in our yard. We've got a plethora of color in Spring, but not so much now.

bj said...

Thanks for showing all the pretty blooms.
I, too, doon't enjoy painting walls like I did when I was younger. I would just do it back then in a heartbeat...now, it takes forever to "get ready" and then I still want to put it off.
Am I getting lazy in my older age??
L0L...

glorv1 said...

Manuel, I love your garden. We garden quite a bit as well. You have a lot of fall decorations in your garden. Nice.

ROXY said...

what great idea using china as a garden border. Love it! Can't wait to see the big dining room reveal!

Jennifer said...

Home grown tomatoes! Yummy!

Mimi Sue said...

Such a beautiful garden. I'm hoping to have a bloom or two next year. Mimi

Sher's Creative Expressions said...

Thank you for sharing your garden. It's lovely.

Blessings,

Sher

Deb said...

Hi Manuela, Yes, you still have some beautiful blooms after all the chilly temps. I enjoyed browsing your blog. :)