Sunday, September 13, 2015

September 13 In The Garden


This weeks walk through the garden...
Sunflowers and zinnias are still going strong!
Sunrise , hydrangeas, red ornamental grass, Rose of Sharon..
Sunset in the garden..

Fall raspberries and zinnias..
Zinnias and a hidden Jack Russell 😊
Beautiful rust and orange sunflowers..rain and cooler temperatures this past week sure are helping all the plants to grow!
The front flower bed .. Lots of hydrangeas ..
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7 comments:

Deb said...

I love your rust and orange sunflowers. I'd love to grow them here. Your gardens are still looking beautiful. It's obvious they are cared for by loving hands. Fall is moving in quickly here in Ontario, Canada. That's ok, though. I love it. Deb

Doreen@househoneys said...

You have an unbelievably gorgeous garden! Those sunflowers are amazing, as are all of the flowers.

I'm stopping by to say 'hi' since we are both on Brenda's tour (you're right before me!). I see you've already starting posting some Fall decor. So organized! I can barely get it together for the tour lol.

Kathleen George said...

Gorgeous gardens with a cute doggie to boot! Kathleen in Az

Oliva Ohlson said...

Beautiful sunset picture!!! Zinnias are one of my favorite summer flower...colorful & bright!!! I spotted the Jack Russell!

Barb said...

Beautiful! I think you could win a prize with some of your flower photos!

Debbiedoos said...

Every time I see your garden pics I drool! They are just so gorgeous.

Lisa Ronan said...

Hi there! I am wondering what you do to get your zinnas so healthy looking? Sadly mine always look dead and curled, not full and lush. I am in Southeast PA, so I am thinking our garden season should be about the same. Any advice would be very appreciated!