Oct 11, 2011

Treasured Blooms...

Saturday was a beautiful day,
and we did some fall garden clean up...

I snapped a few pics along the way...

(click photos to enlarge)
Eden Rose

if you visit my garden often,
most of the flowers will be familiar,
they are just popping out a few treasured
 last blooms...


the Beauty Berry is newly in fruit,
the bright purple berries are a welcome sight in fall...


a couple Asters are the other newbies,
more purple :-)


the faithful Bonita Rose...


she is fearless in the face of the cool fall weather
and is blooming away...


the Winchester Cathedral rose...


Anemones and their happy faces
seem oblivious to the weather...


a few spikes of Toadflax....


the Jacobs Ladder sent up a surprise late bloom or two....


Mallow...


the pink Anemones falling through the gazebo rail...



lazy nodding Eden Rose blooms...

Today I am joining...
and

Thanks for strolling with me today...

27 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

Your flowers a still looking so pretty. Almost all of my annuals got hit with frost last Thursday morning so they are gone. I have 2 hanging baskets still doing great although I should have put them in the garage tonight as it's going to be almost frost. Oooops! Enjoy yours while you can. Hugs, Pamela

Genie said...

Bella....These photos are awesome. Your roses are gorgeous, and the way you have captured them is wonderful. I know your garden must me a little bit of heaven here on earth. genie

Karen said...

Beautiful blooms!

Linda Makiej said...

so beautiful!!!

Tete said...

Your fall garden is wonderful. I can't wait until my roses get bigger!

Ginger Zuck said...

WOW! I'm speechless.

Mari said...

OH Bella, what gorgeous blooms!!!

xo~Mari

jeanetteann said...

Your garden is always a joy to visit Bella. They are all lovely, isn't purple lovely in the garden, it goes with everything. xx

Shabby chic Sandy said...

So lovely--My garden is drowning right now

Cathy and Steve said...

We have two climbing Edens that are the stars of the side fence. Love your anemones, and how much fun to have Jacob blooming for you now!

FjÀllripan said...

So beautiful flowers you have in your garden!

Sizzle and Zoom said...

Gorgeous. I would love to have the Eden rose in my garden.

Elna said...

Hi!

Just me looking at your beautiful pictures.

Elna

Carolyn said...

Hi Bella,
I enjoyed catching up with all your beautiful posts since I got home.
I always love your soft romantic style and your photography is amazing.

I loved your tea with Iris and like you when garden season is over I like to bake.

Take care,
Carolyn

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Lovely as usual. What luxury you have right outside your door! xx

Linda said...

Everything looks wonderful! I love that Eden Rose...what a beauty!!

Gayle said...

I love those purple berries, I have never seen anything like it! I could almost smell the roses.

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Peggy57 said...

Beautiful thanks for sharing I can't get roses to bloom on my property. Visiting from Beverly's Pink Saturday.

High Street Cottage said...

Beautiful Bella. My poor little roses are sort of lying dormant now, no blooms, think they're getting ready for winter, so it's lovely to peek yours, xxx

Riet said...

HI and happy pink Saturday. What a besutiful pink post. Your flowers still look so pretty.
Have a nice weekend.
Riet, Holland

LV said...

You are lucky to still have flowers that look like this. I love flowers, but our drought finished mine off.Enjoy yours as long as you can.

Jorgelina said...

Love your pink post.
Happy pink saturday!!!

Sabelhagens Olivlund - Maria said...

Hi Bella, what a beautiful blogg you have! I love roses, and your Eden Rose are just stunning!
//Maria

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous!

Please come see my Pink, when you get a chance. Happy weekend!

Love Of Quilts said...

Gorgeous!

Bluebell Woods said...

What is the "Beauty Berry" I just love it. I have never heard of it or seen it before. I cant believe you still have so much going on in your garden. Mine is done, dead as a dodo.
Janice