Wow, what a feast for the eyes!
You have so much more in flower than me at the moment. My roses have buds so I am hoping for a second flush .
It’s almost overwhelming to see all that you have in bloom right now. I’m trying hard not be envious.
Sorry John 😉 Have to admit, though, that I was surprised at just how much there was…
Lots of blooms. Nice presentation.
I am feasting my eyes and enjoying those wonderful flowers before the encroaching season claims them!
Me too!! The nights and early mornings are so much cooler now so I know things will gradually succumb 😦
You have a beautiful garden!
Thanks for sharing this post and giving me the idea to also participate!
I just started a new blog last week about gardening and crafting. You are always welcome visit if you want.
The light blue blooms are the only things I didn’t recognize. Great shots. You have a lot of blooms this month. Happy GBBD.
Thanks Lisa – having the annuals grown from seed makes a difference, as does my first success with dahlias. The light blue flowers are one of my new stars – it’s a herbaceous clematis, C heraclifolia ‘New Love’, and has just got better and better
Wowser. Lots of lovely plants blooming in your garden 🙂
Thanks Sam – I am enjoying them while I can!
Wonderful garden flowers! Where I live in Canberra Australia, we are just coming out of winter, so it is lovely to see so much flowering at the beginning of autumn.
What a fantastic selection of beautiful flowers, I don’t think autumn has reached you yet, they’re saying summer is still with you.
Thanks Pauline – it’s cooler at night and early morning, but still pleasant in the daytime and we have missed the worst of the rain this year. That’s what comes of living as far from the sea as you could be in the UK!
Wonderful colour Cathy, lets hope for an Indian Summer to keep it going.
Love the wonderful color combinations and interesting shapes…A real treat for the eye.
Going out in a blaze of glory…should see you through the gloomy months.
Lovely blooms, and such a variety of color! Happy Bloom Day!
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