Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Fall Display

Fall has arrived. We have had THE Frost that kills most of the flowers and plants. Most of the leaves are off the trees. But yesterday was one of those fall days, the sun was hot, there was no breeze, so I went out to finish off some fall clean-up.
I was amazed at the flowers that have survived this late in October.
My Aster plant is flourishing  . . .

And teaming with bees....

I had my camera on Macro...and had to take pictures of all the surviving flowers...

Snow in Summer
Petunia

My last Rose

Clematis vine
One of my last flowering pots
Those pansy love growing in my patio.
New little yarrow starting to bloom
Well its was  nice to find those blooms...
but on my morning walks when I hear the crunch of the leaves...
I know what is around the corner...

10 comments:

  1. Our fall is still hanging on a bit but I know what is around the corner...I love that last shot, it reminds me of places around here.

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  2. You still have a lot of colour in your garden - looking lovely. We don't so much hear the cruch of leaves here more the squelch lol.

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  3. You do have a lot still going on in your garden - but I suppose not for long . . . sandie

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  4. i'm sure it will go quickly now into winter!!

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  5. Lovely blooms. Pansies and violas are hardy plants and pop up in the most unlikely places. I love them!

    Great photos. The last one reminds me of the farm.

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  6. bee - utiful and those pansies are so hardy!!

    don't even think about saying the "s" word!!

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  7. I love walking on crucnhy leaves! Not YET around here, though! Your pictures are lovely - as always!

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  8. It has been very mild; but it could turn bitter at any time. Nooooooooo! ;)

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  9. Wow! Nice spots of color to find this time of year! I love autumn as well, and the crisp sounds and lovely baking smells and the coziness of the season! Enjoy!

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  10. You have done a wonderful job catching the images that all to soon fade. Beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing!

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