Tuesday, August 23, 2011

8/24 Outdoor Wednesday # 137

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It has been a long hot Summer. I think I am ready for Fall! This week I am sharing a little color….. but no flowers…. You can have color in your gardens even when nothing is blooming….

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40 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for hosting this week.. I don't see my link, might be stuck..lol
    Sandy

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  2. Thank goodness for plants that can survive the heat and add a little color to our gardens. In some places this year, that hasn't been easy.

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  3. colorful plants all of them. I have had some of them. :)

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  4. Thanks for sharing your garden color - not much left here. So hot for so long. What is the plant in the 3rd picture from the top? That shade of purple with the green is so pretty.
    Thanks for hosting again this week - you are appreciated.
    Enjoy your evening.

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  5. Your colorful plants look great. Everything is fried here. Thanks for hosting the party!

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  6. Amazing plants, they all look so healthy. . .Thank-you for always
    being such a wonderful hostess!
    The colours are all spectacular, 137 posts that is true dedication.
    hugs,
    Sue

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  7. Aren't the colors in nature just absolutely fantastic?!! So pretty and healthy. Thanks for hosting!

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  8. Wonderful leaves! My favourite is the third shot!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

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    Have a nice and happy Wednesday****

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  9. They are so beautiful and cool looking. Gorgeous colors!
    Cass

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  10. Wonderful varieties of leaves. Such lovely patterns.

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  11. The plants are very pretty, such beautiful colors!..Christine

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  12. Your hostas are all beautiful! I love their colrs

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  13. Love the color you still have. Not much here left with color.

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  14. This is such a fun idea! I wish I could visit everyone's garden with a glass of lemonade!

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  15. Very pretty foliage color! Thanks for hosting.
    Jeanni

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  16. How nice to see the colorful leaves, you are right there is more color in our gardens than just the flowers.
    Thanks for hosting!

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  17. I love those coleus...they are one of the few plants that are doing well in my garden with all this heat! Thanks for hosting Susan!!


    Miss Bloomers

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  18. Pretty pictures Susan! I am enjoying the sedum that is just starting to make bud heads. Not blooming but I love the look right before the color comes on!

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  19. Nice! Wish I knew the names of them all. Great assortment.

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  20. Love the colors of your garden! Caladiums are among my favorite plants...as are coleus. They add such a gorgeous amount of color to landscape.

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  21. Hostas this time of year are one of my favorites...I love the polka dot plant too! Great photos!!

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  22. Oh how I wish I just a little color....anything....in my gardens. I have a couple plants that are barely hanging on and no sign of my fall bloomers even coming up yet. For 50 or more days, we've been in the 100's and it's taken everything I had!!

    Thanks for sharing your colors with us. It gives me hope!!

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  23. planning to have plants like this in my garden....those are lovely!

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  24. Yes, we are waiting for autumn, too...
    Great images!
    My best regards from Romania!

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  25. Really lovely photos, my favorite is the third.

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  26. You've got lovely tropical foliage plants, just like we have here in the tropics.
    Rosie

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  27. Seems like summer barely got here in the Pacific NW, so I'm really can't relate being ready for fall.But I must agree the color in foliage can be so beautiful all by itself! Thanks for hosting!

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  28. Lovely natural texture and patterns.

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  29. Hi!

    Beautiful images!

    Happy Wednesday!!!

    xoxo

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  30. Wow, what beautiful plants!!

    -:¦:- WW: Orange Daylily -:¦:-

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  31. You have some beautiful plants. I love that third picture...gorgeous!

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  32. They are so beautiful foliage variegation, much more beautified by the expert photography. I haven't yet seen the last one.

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  33. Love the third one especially... but the color in all of them is wonderful! =)

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  34. Foliage is often overlooked in the garden and in the house plants too. Great shots of the colourful plants.
    Thanks for hosting us today Susan.

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  35. Gorgeous photos. Your foliage looks so much better than my heat-scorched greenery. Linking up from Moonbeams & Fireflies. Thanks for hosting.

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  36. Thanks for sharing the post.Great shots of the colourful plants.

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