Thursday, September 24, 2009


Finally I have a little color in my garden again. It has looked pretty barren for the past few weeks.
These rust Mums have burst into bloom with many buds waiting to pop open.

Gold Mums bloom along side some Stello de Oro lillys

Some pink Zinnias nod their pretty heads.

Pink and purple Asters make a mosaic of color.

But the roses will not be out done by all these fall beauties as they put on one last display.
This rose is a new one I planted this summer called Hot Cocoa.

And last but not least a few tomatoes are ripening on the vine.

Happy Fall Ya All.


blushing rose said...

Oh, your 'maters look good. Ours are MISERABLE this year for some reason. The flowers are gorgeous. TTFN ~ Marydon

Mimi said...

Oh your garden just looks fabulous!!! I still am waiting a week or two to plant fall mums or they will die!!! My roses do not even look good yet!!!
Those are some beautiful flowers!!!!

Bearly Sane said...

I do love all that colour in your garden Stella. To me, Mums and the Asters add a touch of country when you bring them indoors and the Roses...elegance!

donna said...

Stella, you've got wonderful fall color going on in your garden. I have only yellow and purple mums blooming in my yard, but I really like the looks of the rust and gold. The pink and purple asters are lovely. A rose named Hot that's different.

Chatty Crone said...

Your flowers are just beautiful! Gorgeous! Wish I had them all in my garden.

Tammy said...

You've done well "Grasshopper"!
Great job!!!☺

Tammy said...

Oh, and the hot cocoa rose, makes me swoon it is so beautiful!! Rub some of that green thumb off on me why doncha!?

Eileen said...

Your flowers are amazingly beautiful! The roses are unreal! You really have a green thumb!
Beautiful job! Thanks for sharing!
All the best,

Brenda Leyland said...

Wonderful photos, Stella! Great autumn-y feeling!

Thanks for stopping by my pink site and sharing a comment with me. Good to hear from you.

Anne said...

Love all of your flowers. I think my favorite is the red rose. It looks almost velvety in your picture. Thanks for sharing your garden with us.

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Stella...thank you for stopping by and wishing me well. I appreciate that so much. I am doing a few quick visits between running to the potty :) and just wanted to say again how much I enjoy your beauitiful blog!
See you soon!

texasdaisey said...

What beautiful pictures. I am always glad when my garden moves out of that time when not much blooms into the beautiful fall blooms. Yours are beautiful.

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