It's still garden season!
We've experienced a couple of mild frosts but some flowers still continue to bloom in my gardens. I took these photos on Sunday. We have had a few days of overcast skies and rain with ONE sunny day in between.
Largest square: flower fly on toad lily (Tricyris). Moving clockwise: Hydrangea 'Limelight' . yellow butterfly bush (Buddleia), barberry (Berberis 'Rosy Glow), phlox, and seedheads of grass (Miscanthis).
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even yesterday wasn't too bad before the rain set in again. I am going to have to cut the grass if we don't get a killing frost soon!!
It's so nice to see your lingering flowers. Lovely!
The color of that hydrangea is just perfect for me who loves pink!
I regret saying it, but you might as well kiss the sunny days good-bye as winter starts to roll in. You brighten the page with your flowers!
so beautiful nature photos.
I always have to choose a favorite in your mosaics, this time it is the spectacular toad lily.
happy for you that you still have pretty flowers. mother had giant hydrangeas in her yard, taller than my head, the bush not the flower. lol
It is pouring rain here. Your photos are awesome as always. B
that toad lily is so cool!
Lovely shots from your garden. The toad lily is very striking and I'm always a sucker for grass seedheads. It's a shame more people don't let their grass go to seed.
You have a very beautiful garden! Must take a lot of work!
Love all of these EG, and it reminds me I best get out and take a shot of my Toad lilly.
All of these photos are wonderful, but I really like the fly on the toad lily.
Lovely colors and flowers! Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing. Have a great evening.
The toad lily is striking! Beautiful collection - I like seedheads.
Sorry to hear about the grey skies recently. However, flowers, plants, and critters, seem to have pleased you constantly. Toad lily is first to me, and the seed heads of the grass look like Japanese pampas grass. Thank you for sharing the beauties of nature in season around you.
...what is it? - see the hint :)
Beautiful flowers, even more precious because they are the last.
It is getting colder and we have had a couple of frosts too. I imagine that the hard freeze is around the corner...lovely collage EG...Michelle
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