Thursday, October 6, 2011

Garden Thursday

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It's me Virginger to guide you through another Garden Thursday. Biggify the pictures to see the details. Mum has the fall colored wreath hanging on the door now.
Last week I promised some neat pictures of stuff just down the trail from the house, well here they are.
If the power lines didn't run through it would be really cool, but here are the outlines.
Some of the baby plants just getting ready to bloom, yes, still growing and blooming this late in the year.
A wider picture of the whole big patch.
A bit closer up to begin to show you the detail of the flowers and then a close up or three.

Some nice looking blue spruces in the neighbors yard.
Some wild flowers just off the trail.

That is it for now, thank for visiting our garden this week.

Love Virginger.

12 comments:

Prancer Pie said...

Great pics again! Not much growin here with drought and fall coming on. Luf those spruces! xoxo

chezcat1970 said...

Those are great pictures! Our trees haven't changed here yet--mama loves those the best!

Cheysuli and gemini said...

What great photos you have. I love that wreath because of the colors this time of year.

fivecats said...

Thanks for the nice walking tour. You're a very good guide, Virginger.

William said...

I think those prickly-looking things would make great toys!

The Island Cats said...

Those are some cool looking flowers!!

HotMBC aka The Hotties said...

We don't get to visit much either. We blame mommy. And Bizzy. Bizzy stinks. Nice piccies!
Purrrrrrrrrs n luvs,
Alla Us Hotties

orbit said...

Those are some very cool pix. My mom decorated our front door with homemade painted leaves and a big "Happy Halloween". Have a great weekend guys!

Eric and Flynn said...

The teasels look nice in silhouette. Mum likes to put them in a tall vase by the fire in the autumn.

Shaggy, Scooby and Scout said...

We love that wreath!

Team Tabby said...

We love your garden photos - we used to have teasel growing in our yard too!!

Mark's Mews said...

We think that last one is a weed/flower that showed up in the garden this year. Its pretty fer a weed, but we dont know what ta call it.