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Monday, September 15, 2008

September Blooms

This is the first I've heard of posting your blooms every month on the 15th. I think this is great. I don't know if there is a link or banner for this, if you know please pass the info to me. I did read that http://maydreamsgardens.blogspot.com/ started this monthly posting. Drop by and see her blooms for the month. So here are some of my blooms that I photographed this morning.

Purple Fan Flower, colors are fading in the summer heat.

Wishbone, Magenta. I have Wishbones all over the place.

My Vinca colors..Dark Pink.White. Purple. A hint of pink/peach.
Blue Daze. Cat Whiskers, this plant has really impressed me with the size and the continuous blooming. Purple Butterfly Bush.Blackeyed Susan.Firebush.Pineapple Sage just about to open.Different shades of pink Celosia.Purslane. Marigold. Sedum, thanks fishing guy for setting me straight on this one.Pink Blush--HypoestesLantanaPorterweed is still happy. Cypress Vine still going strong.Purple Coneflower.

Pinta. Purple Verbena, someone called it Homestead Verbena.
Pink Verbena. Moss Rose is just about to call it quits for the season.Wax Begonia ...and a white Petunia I photograhed in black and white.

































18 comments:

Gail said...

We do have a lot of flowers in common, but then you also have some fabulous flowers that would be unhappy in Tennessee! Lovely post!

Gail

Darla said...

Yeah I suppose you are right about that.

bennie and patsy said...

The walk with you in your flower garden was so enjoyable. Flowers lift the spirit.
Patsy

Dorothy said...

Love your flowers! What is a Wishbone flower? I've never seen this before! Beautiful!

Barbara said...

You ceertainly still have lots of colour in your garden.

You know you can get rid of all those large spaces between photos by using the back space bar between the photos.

Darla said...

okie dokie barbara, I did know that I could use the back space bar, didn't give it too much thought today between cleaning floors, doing laundry and making a homemade pineapple cheesecake. Thanks, I fixed it and it does look better. All helpful hints needed.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Such nice flowers and great pics of them. I've neglected my yard but all these pics of flowers have been inspiring.

Leora said...

Such great variety. I've never tried growing wishbone; that looks like a very pretty flower.

Leedra said...

Looks like a lot has survived those storms in Florida. You took the cypress from further away this time, it is what we call the Hummingbird Vine. Thought it was the other day but your photo was so close, couldn't tell for sure. Great photos.

Luiz Ramos said...

Thanks for share so many beautiful flower. A flower catalogue.

Laurie and Chris said...

Great pictures Darla.

Valerie said...

These are gorgeous! I need to go and take a walk, and see what all is blooming.

The Tile Lady said...

Very unusual and lovely blooms! I think the purple coneflower picture is my favorite!

Jean said...

Darla, You sure still ahve a lot blooming! Great photos!

Anne Fannie said...

Hello Darla, your
september flowers are beautiful!

fishing guy said...

Darla: A wonderful flower show and so perfect for Today's Flowers. I'm so glad you joined.

marmee said...

great blooms and so many different varities. how fun!

lisaschaos said...

WOW! That's a LOT of beautiful flowers!! Hold onto those photos for the long winter ahead. :)