Saturday, August 30, 2008

Hints of Fall

Burning Bush
Money Plant (Lunaria)
Holly Bush
Pink Lily-of-the-Valley Jack-in-the-Pulpit
Autumn Joy Sedum
Chinese Lanterns

8 comments:

PGL said...

All great hints of fall. I've never had any luck with Lily of the Valley. I heard it's invasive yet in my garden it never sticks around, lol. I will be curious to see the pink variety.

Suzanne said...

Man Alive! These photos were so pretty! Fall is my favorite time of year and you just captured why it is so!

PEA said...

I've been seeing all those hints of Autumn around here too...my Autumn Joy Sedum is now in full bloom and I noticed some of the leaves in the trees are starting to change colours. I just love your Chinese Lanterns!! Happy Labour Day weekend to you my friend. xoxo

Aiyana said...

Lovely photos. No indications here of fall--maybe in three weeks. Fall is my favorite time of year in the garden. It's like a second spring. Can't wait.
Aiyana

Sweetie said...
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Sweetie said...

All of your blooms are wonderful. I think that my favorite are the Crocosmia and Chinese lanterns.
Happy Bloomin' Tuesday!
Sweetie

Carla said...

Wonderful Our fall doesn't usually hit till Oct or even Nov, its neat to see your changes already happening! (Someday I WILL get money plant to grow for me:)

Zoey said...

Your post just reminded me that I have not seen any money plant this year.

I must run out now and look for it!

I love the month of September. I think I just like saying the word. :) It's been hot here, so I will be glad when the cool temps come in later this week.