Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Fall Bloomers

Okay, it's time to get out your fall bloomers, or snuggies, as you may call them. Not! Did you really think I was going to show underwear?
I'm talking about the discoveries while out blowing leaves and mowing lawn (for the last time this year!)Primroses.
Dead nettle.
A rose.
Cranesbill geranium.
Bachelor Button.
Mums.



I also found these leaves circled into small holes in the ground.
Does anyone know what critter does this?

I'm wondering if it is ground bees.

4 comments:

Connie said...

What beautiful flowers! Mine are long gone...with the exception of a few stray roses, and they look pretty worn and wind-blown. I have no idea what critter does that with the leaves. You wonder if they're planning to live in them? Funny.

Enjoyed the pictures.

Connie

Darla said...

You stumbled on quite a few beauties in your yard...leaves are very interesting!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Wow, you still have a few nice blooms left! We have our mums, but they are looking worse for wear.

Zoey said...

I don't think I have ever seen primroses like that blooming in the fall. Very pretty.