Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Her Own Schedule

 Just when I had thought the backyard garden had wound down for the year,


 some colour appeared.


I've been reminded that Mother Nature operates


 on her own splendid schedule.

Thank you for visiting.


18 comments:

  1. It is a delightful moment to find that beautiful colors in flowers!
    Tomoko

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  2. What a lovely way to be reminded! Your flowers are very very pretty and your photos of them exquisite!

    Poppy

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  3. It is amazing and wonderful how plants decide to flower when they want to not when we expect them to! Great photos. xxx

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  4. on est toujours surpris par les attentions que le jardin peut nous apporter
    j'ai encore beaucoup de cosmos
    tendresse
    edith (iris) France

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  5. How beautiful your pictures are! I often notice flowers appear in our garden unexpectedly and am always delighted! Love all the colour here today, Karen!
    Wishing you a happy week.
    Helen x

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  6. Your flowers look lovely. A few nights ago we got frost and everything is now dead. Waiting for spring for them to come back to life.

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  7. wow what a great gift...I guess I should go out and see if anything is left in my garden!!

    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

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  8. So true! I've had a few things rebloom in fall for the first time this year.
    Judith

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  9. Isn't Mother Nature wonderful! What a lovely surprise to see these blooming. I love, love the second photo! Hope you are having a great week, Karen
    Barb

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  10. Beautiful! Is that a rhododendron in your first shot? Recently I saw a rhodie blooming, and I always expect to see them in the spring.

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  11. This is a wonderful surprise to discover late blooms in an autumnal garden! And these flowers are really so generous!
    Big hugs!
    Olympia

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  12. Wow that hydrangea is splendid. I have a good many blooms still. My trumpet plant is full right now.

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  13. Isn't that so true...it certainly seems that the flowers perked up more in October then any other month.

    Except now there is frost....too bad.

    Jen

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  14. Spectacular!!!

    What are the first and last flowers?

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  15. How wonderful to get such a beautiful surprise from Mother NatureL

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  16. ❥°º•.¸
    Flores super lindas!!!

    Ótimo mês de novembro!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil ❥°º•.¸

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  17. Aren't they lovely surprises!
    The hydrangeas take on a whole new look in Autumn - the soft faded colours are exquisite.
    I'm very envious of your Centaurea montana, after caring for one little speciman for two years it has just curled up it's toes - I think my white forget-me-nots just smothered the poor darling!

    Enjoy your Sunday
    Shane xox

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