Tuesday, October 9, 2012

10/10 Outdoor Wednesday # 196

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More fall bloomers!!

Russian sage…

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close up of Russian sage

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Autumn sedum

Sedum 'Autumn Joy'

more autumn sedum

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Spider Lily

Spider lily

Toad Lily

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Toad Lily close up

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Turtlehead

turtlehead

Witch hazel

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Witch hazel close up

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24 comments:

  1. Thank you for very "bloomy" week :)

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  2. Your photos are so beautiful! I love Russian Sage, but I haven't had as much luck growing it here in Ohio as I did when I lived in California. The Witch Hazel plant is gorgeous! I don't think I've seen one before. Thanks for hosting Outdoor Wednesday.
    Cindy

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  3. Susan, these are SO pretty. I love the colors, and Spider Lilies will forever remind me of my grandmother. She had tons of them in her yard. They are such an old-fashioned flower, and I always think of her when I see then. THANKS.

    XO,

    Sheila

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  4. Such gorgeous fall colors in your blooms. I love the Russian Sage and Autumn sedum. Of course the Witch Hazel is glorious in it's autumn glory...........thanks for hosting.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  5. Thanks bunches for hosting again this week. My entry is of just a table top in my courtyard, but it is outdoors. :)
    Again - thanks and hope you are doing well.

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  6. Thank you for these beautiful photos and for hosting!

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  7. Hi Susan! What beautiful colors you have. Just makes my day to see such beautiful flowers. Thank you so much for popping in to see me and your kind comments that means so much.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  8. More gorgeous blooms. The Toad Lilies are splendid! Thanks for hosting.

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  9. Thanks as always for hosting. Wonderful photos.
    Rob

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  10. You have some lovely things still blooming. I love it that your witch hazel is blooming now. I had one in my last home that bloomed in spring and then again in fall. I loved it.

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  11. I love your flowers, especially the toad lily. I've never seen them before. So unique.

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  12. Gorgeous flowers! Especially love the dramatic pattern and colour of the toad lily!

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  13. interesting floral series. You know I have a little of the toad lily (never seen it anywhere else) but mine never flowers like this. I have to wonder what location/conditions yours thrives on!

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  14. Hi Susan, Your Fall blooms are beautiful. Not much blooming here in the mountains except my fading zinnias. Your blooms are still going strong. We will have our first freeze tonight. The color should pick up after this bit of cold weather.

    Happy Outdoor Wednesday
    xo, Jeanne

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  15. Fantastic photography of beautiful flowers ~ thanks for hosting ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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  16. Beautiful flowers. Autum Sedum is the only one that I recognize.

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  17. Are those orchids I see? Or tiger lilies? The last flowers are also very intriguing!

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  18. Beautiful...Love the Witch Hazel. Thanks for sharing.
    ~Holly~

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  19. Hi, This is attractive picture. also natural. go on with and give us more and more.
    Beautiful traveling places

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  20. wonderful post i really like this

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  21. Mmm - I can almost smell that Sage! Thanks for sharing (& hosting) Susan.

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