Sunday, August 24, 2014

In My Gardens

 Japanese anemone

One good thing about having a cooler summer than normal is the blossoms are not fading as quickly as they usually do.

 Phlox


Gooseneck loosestrife


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41 comments:

rainfield61 said...

You are so rich in your garden.

Ela said...

Your garden is so wonderful !
Have a nice Sunaday :)

Sandra said...

the gooseneck is new to me and is absolutely gorgeous... you are having a cooler summer and we are having the hottest one of record...

Revrunner said...

I agree with Sandra--a very nice photo, too.

A Quiet Corner said...

I have always been a big fan of Loosestrife...yours is beautiful!...:)JP

Anvilcloud said...

Yes, the garden has looked pretty good this year.

eileeninmd said...

EG, your flowers are beautiful. Thanks for sharing your garden... have a happy Sunday!

Kathy said...

The gooseneck loosestrife is a new plant for me. It's beautiful and so delicate looking.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gorgeous blooms EG.. I often complain about the time it takes to keep my garden under control but I wouldn't have it any other way.

Birdman said...

Gardens are starting to wave goodbye!

Judy said...

Beautiful garden! I noticed the same thing with the cooler summer we have had, my flowers are just hanging on and I'm loving it.

Mersad said...

The flowers in your garden are mesmerizing.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Montanagirl said...

Your flowers/blooms are so beautiful! That last photo is my favorite!

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful!

cieldequimper said...

I think I like your garden! :-) Love the light in the first shot too. Happy Sunday!

RedPat said...

I've noticed that things are not flowering off as quickly this year too!

William Kendall said...

Beautiful, particularly that last one!

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful!

Ginny said...

Gooseneck Loosestrife!!! We have some very close to our house and I have been trying to identify it for years!!! The owner said she did not know what they are, they have always just called them Turkey Necks!!And none of my pictures are from this angle, it looks like tiny white buds falling into thin air, really enchanting!! Thanks for the I.D. and the gorgeousness!!

maryaustria said...

Such beautiful flowers! And wonderful shots!

DeniseinVA said...

How gorgeous these are. Wow!

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice. I do like the Anemone. One of my favorites. Marvelous pictures. MB

Michelle said...

All so beautiful!

Stephanie said...

This last shot of the Gooseneck loosestrife is absolutely stunning. Terrific focus point on the blooms and that dangling thing underneath. The other images are great but love this third one. Stunning!

Randy said...

That first shot is perfection.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Spectacular pictures. The light on the flowers is so beautiful.

Karen said...

Gorgeous blooms. That anemone is fabulous.

Jack said...

Your Japanese anemone and loosestrife are gorgeous. If they are typical, your garden must be dazzling.

Jocee said...

Lovely bright summer flowers - I've got a few months to wait for mime.

Felicia said...

love the first image. they are all beautiful.

llandudnopictures said...

Beautiful collection of colours!

see you there! said...

The loosestrife is amazing, it looks like a piece of jewelry

Darla

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I love your goose neck, lots of fun.

Lisa Gordon said...

Your anemone is GORGEOUS!!

Susan Anderson said...

Gooseneck loosestrife? Never heard of that one. But it is gorgeous!

=)

Our photos said...

Beautiful are your photo's!
Greetings!

Ileana said...

B e a u t i f u l !!!

Rambling Woods said...

I didn't know that the cooler temps help to preserve them, but of course that would make sense if I thought about it... LOL... Michelle

Janet Shaw said...

Lovely Flowers!

Donna said...

Beautiful especially the loosestrife like a string of pearls.

Rose said...

I love that gooseneck loosestrife...I have never seen it. That first shot is wonderful....

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