Here are a few photos I took of my garden last week. Above is a rudbeckia, a black-eyed susan, peeking out from behind white alyssum.
Pretty much all my annuals have now faded or died. In the spring I’ll photograph the azaleas, here shown with red leaves, that are under the andromeda shrub.
A lonely pink rose in my backyard: sometimes we get roses on a warm winter day. But this past week brought frost each night; yesterday felt like January. Still no signficant snow, however.
Today’s Flowers is hosted by Luiz Santilli Jr. Thank you, Luiz, for this lovely and lively meme.
29 thoughts on “Today’s Flowers: Fall Garden”
Waiting for azalea, because the love. I know that while other copies of its wonderful garden.
Very nice captures!
Such a beautiful garden you have! Beautiful shots!~Mine is, HERE.
Lovely selection. Now we seem to get rose buds which never fully develop because of the cold.
That last rose was just what is need right now!
Beautiful your garden. Nice colors.
My favourite is that first shot!
Love the azalea leaves! I purposely planted my garden with lots of bushes and tall grasses around the edges, so they would always be a variety of shades and textures throughout the year, long after the flowers are gone.
Beautiful shots from your wonderful garden! I love the first picture best, the yellow petals look like a girl’s hair 🙂
Delightful shots of an almost winter garden! I even love the parade of leaf tones! Quite magical!
How nice to still have color in the garden. Enjoy! Have a great Thanksgiving…
What a wonderful garden indeed! Thank you for your visit and greetings from Croatia.
Great shots and they’re so nice and clear. I like asylum. Made the mistake though of putting some where the water runs down a slope into my grass and now my grass keeps sprouting the stuff.
I’m looking forward to spring when I can see your azaleas in bloom!
Beautiful flowers from your wonderful garden.
Leora: You have such a lovely garden still growing, I have snow cover.
Leora your garden is so pretty. I loved walking through it with you. Thanks.
Wow, so much color! Ta’anoog!
Crocus, yes, that’s it. Thanks for confirming what I suspected my little flower was. I’m not good at flower names, in either language.
Happy Today’s flowers. Mine is at http://srikebakat.blogspot.com
You still have an abundance of color and blossoms in your garden!
I am so pleased to join the community of Todays Flowers group! NG
Thank you for your comment and letting me know something about your grandmother`s history.
We were cruising on the Black Sea last May and we spent one day also in Odessa.
I have many photos also from there, but not in my blog, even I put many photos from our journey to my blogspot blog last May.
If you have extra time, you could see those photos in this address:
I will find out my Odessa photos and I can put them to my other blog. I let you know then.
Odessa has been a wonderful, international town before WW II, we could see some beautiful houses there and quite excellent Opera house, which has been very famous in Europe and still is working
Nice Sunday evening to you, we had today snowstorm and still a wind is strong. Nothing harm did not happen.
A delightful trio of photographs. You must have a wonderful garden. Lovely photos!
Nice that you still have some green..very pretty…
Beautiful to still have these in your garden!
We had two inches of snow this week.
amazingly beautiful. thanks for sharing not just one but loads of flowers. great job.
Lovely fall garden wish i had one. I have about 3 snapdragons left in the flower bed must get a photo of them before they die off
Gorgeous, gorgeous photos.
Wonderful series of flowers very well captured!
Thanks for sharing!