Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Last Blooms Of The Season











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12 comments:

Sally said...

I didn't know you had these here! I love the kitty pictures. I used to have a cat that looked exactly like that. You really do take lovely photos W.G.

shirl said...

Hi there, Wildlife Gardener :-)

How interesting to see that you still have verbena in flower - mine are past now. A lovely selection of photos to remember this time of year by.

Oh yes this time of year ... HAPPY FIRST BLOGGING BIRTHDAY I thought I would throw you a party :-D

A wildlife gardener said...

A warm welcome, dear Sally, on this very wet St Andrew's Day. I'm glad you liked the photos. Thanks for the compliments :)

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you very much, dear Shirl! you are so kind to me:)

The verbena are right beside the back door growing against the wall as it's too cold elsewhere in our garden to have them. I've lost three in the past, so hope these continue to flourish.

Sheila said...

These are so pretty for late season flowers. Now we must look for colour in tree bark and berries. I must wait until April for flowers, but I am hoping we will see snowdrops from you in January..?

xo

oldmanlincoln said...

Nice flowers. Mine are gone. Won't be back until next year. I hope.

Thanks for the visit.

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you so much for visiting all three of my blogs, dear Sheila.

You are a great friend indeed to show such patience, taking the trouble to make so many positive comments, which I really appreciate :)

Hi there, Abe! Lovely to have your company again. I'm glad you liked the flowers. Come again soon :)

Sandy said...

OH...those water plants..beautiful...

sandy

Catherine said...

Awww...all such beautiful photo's!!
Wonderful seeing beautiful flower's in November!! :)
Cat

A wildlife gardener said...

Sandy, what can I say? To make a comment on my main blog is kindness itself. To comment on my painting blog, made me feel very humble. But to see you taking the trouble to visit and make comments on three of my blogs makes me feel so special. Thank you very kindly. You're an angel :)

Dear Catherine, how lovely of you, too, to come and visit this blog as well as my main one. I'm so glad you enjoyed the flowers. I'm positively purring and grinning like a Cheshire cat now! Prr! Prr!

Ki said...

Your Welsh poppies look like yellow anemones! I'll have to see if I can find some to plant next year.

A wildlife gardener said...

Thank you for making a second comment, Ki.

The Welsh poppies are seed sown and very easy to grow. Once you have them, they self seed around the garden which gives a more natural appearance to the overall planting.