Monday, November 01, 2010

It's Bloomin' Tuesday!

I decided to take a walk around my gardens to see what I could find on this first day of November. It may look like I still have lots of blooms but some plants just had one lonely bloom braving our cool, windy weather.

My planted mums have finally flowered. I like this daisy like soft pink next to the Autumn Sedum

and this peach mum next to the dark burgundy coleopsis.

There was one Rose Campion,

one foxglove,

and a couple clusters of the tough Fever Few.

Tha blanket flowers still have several buds.

A few Toad Flax still hanging around.

Two of my dianthus are blooming again, but just a little.

I was surprised to find 2 Primroses in the shade garden, blooming under all the leaves.

Maybe I'll find more once I blow the leaves.

Endless Summer Hydrangea is another plant that looks good anytime.

These blue Cranesbill Geranium blooms are like the Energizer Bunny. They just keep going and going!

I even found a couple buds on the Goutweed.

We had a little snow in the air but who knows, we could still get some warm weather. It's amazing how determined some of my plants are to put out blooms. Do you have determined plants too? We'd love to hear about them. Just add your name, state and permalink to Mr Linky and add a link to this post on your blog. All that's left is to go on a garden tour from the comfort of your home. Enjoy the tour!


Anonymous said...

You still have quite a few things still lingering on in your garden. That Toad Flax is interesting looking. I actually have a post this week. :)

Deb said...

Hi Jean, enjoyed your flower garden tour. I have a post ready to pop up tomorrow morning and will add my linky then. Thanks, as always, for hosting. I'm glad I was able to participate this week.

Darla said...

You do have some determined flowers here...snow already? Can't wait for the snow photos, you know how I love them!

Rosemary said...

Jean You have so much still flowering and happily so in your garden. How lovely.

Anonymous said...

I was surprised to see just how much is still blooming in your garden. The flowers are all so pretty!

Suzanne said...

Jean, Thanks so much for hosting such a fun party every week. Your flowers are beautiful, as always. Take care.

Sherrin said...

Thanks for your lovely pictures and the opportunity to share our garden with you! You are a great flower photographer.