Tuesday, September 20, 2011

9/21 Outdoor Wednesday # 141

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It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday”. Learn more about “Outdoor Wednesday” HERE

1. POST your outdoor photos and the Outdoor Wednesday logo/button on your blog and link back to http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ so that others will be able to find all the links to other Outdoor Wednesday posts.

Reminder: Do NOT link in until after your post is up.

2. Add your Name and the Permalink to your post (NOT your general blog address) in “Mr. Linky”. For help with permalink see HERE.

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Looking for some fall color for your yard? How about one of these? Do you have a favorite fall color plant in your yard?

Russian sage

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Perennial sunflower

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Aster

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Sweet Autumn Clematis

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Toad Lily

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Goldenrod

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Helenium

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Sedum

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Japanese anemone

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Monkshood

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Fall crocus

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HERE ARE THIS WEEK’S PARTICIPANTS:

34 comments:

  1. so many great blooms and flowers - very pretty!

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  2. Oh wow! What pretty flowers. I have not seen Helenium before, I really like it! Thanks you for hosting Outdoor Wednesday!

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  3. I love that fall climatis. I don't know if I've ever seen it for sale here but am seeing it on a couple blogs this week. Gorgeous! Have a great week. Pamela

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  4. Gorgeous blooms! I love my Aster and Autumn Joy Sedum. I have a pink and a purple Aster. The purple one gets huge! The bees are loving it. I have a couple of Russian Sage that I enjoy also. But, one thing for sure; I have got to get me one of those Clematis's. I have 4 of them, but not that one.

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  5. Susan my russian sage is looking beautiful like your picture this year.

    So glad I finally had an outdoor post so I could join in the fun again.

    bee blessed
    mary

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  6. Gorgeous series of flowers! Helenium is one that I haven't seen yet!

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  7. I'm enjoying my first year in my house and I don't have any of the flowers you mention. I must put them on my list for next year. So beautiful. I'm enjoying my Black-Eyed Susans and yellow roses, though. They're still blooming nicely. Thanks for hosting.
    :) Lynn

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  8. I love the flowers in the fall. thanks for hosting

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  9. Beautiful photos of your flowers! I especially love the Russian Sage and Sweet Autumn Clematis (it smells so good, too!) Thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday - this is my first time here! Cindy

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  10. Oh dear, I linked back to your blog instead of mine the first time! (Cindy at Art,Books,Tea) So sorry! I'm relatively new at this, but I'll get the hang of it! lol Thanks!!

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  11. I grew Golden Rod when I was in Singapore. So beautiful.

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  12. Your pictures of the lovely flowers are inspiring me to plant pansies so I can have some fall color in my yard! Thanks for hosting!!

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  13. I firmly hold that those love flowers are also lovers for life, right?

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  14. I haven't any fall flowers in my yard yet, but I think I might have to "steal" some ideas from here! All these are wonderful and you've captured them beautifully... those toad lilies are very cool looking!

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  15. Fall is my favorite time of year. These flowers you posted this week are extremely lovely.
    Joyce M

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  16. Hello Susan, lovely fall flowers to share. It is getting closer.
    Happy Outdoor Wednesday.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  17. those toad lilies are wonderful! I'm lucky, my summer flowers have filled out and are in their glory after all the "hurricane" rain and last years mums are full and healthy and just budding.

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  18. So many of the flowers i love and the Toad lily is amazing! I lost mine:( need to get another!

    Veronica

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  19. Those were Beautiful! The Star Jasmine was my favorite... I wish mine would bloom like that!

    Rainey

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  20. Autumn everywhere...Colours of rainbow!
    Thank you for hosting and my best regards from Romania!

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  21. Thanks for hosting! I didn't get how the linky thing worked and I am new to all of this in the past two weeks... So I ended up posting a second one to another link about the Morning Glories so it was titled correctly. Both are perfect for the party. I am following you now and I will link back on both posts and I am putting your link in my sidebar for the linky party! Enjoy your day!

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  22. Lovely flowers - I love the asters so much - they are so indicative of Fall.
    It's my first time linking up here and I think I messed up and put in a double entry - so sorry!!!

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  23. Gorgeous blooms. I love the fall crocus.

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  24. Thanks for hosting the party....love your flowers, sorry summer is at an end!

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  25. Wonderful flower shots! My favourite is the helenium!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

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    Have a nice and happy day****

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  26. I forgot to tell you when I was here before... You have beautiful flowers! Love the Toad Lily!

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  27. I always put pots of dark mums on the porch and in front of the garage...I love the colors this time of year!

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  28. My goodness, what a gorgeous flower array. The only one I don't see that I love is dahlias. I have a dark burgundy one I have to get out and get a photo of. Your photos are so beautiful!

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  29. GORGEOUS! The fall clematis saves my bacon every year with one final bloom!
    Thank you for hosting!
    Kerry at housetalkn.blogspot.com

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  30. Hello! I LOVE these photos! The Russian Sage reminds me that I AM going to plant some Salvia in the front bed next year for a pop of blue. Here in my Zone 5 area, it grows like a weed, but I have heard many people say that if you canot grow Salvia in your area, definitely select its look alike - Russian Sage. Lovely!!

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  31. Beautiful Autumn flower selections! Very vibrant! Thank you for hosting this week!
    Kathy

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  32. So absolutely beautiful. I took a trip through wine country and posted about our journey. Beautiful as well.
    http://www.mskathleen.org/2011/09/road-tripping-through-wine-country.html

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