Friday, November 6, 2009

My first Blooming Friday and Miss Tootsie Fertilizer Friday


Camellia Sasanqua

I have been a bad blogger... I haven't even thought about this blog all week .
With the time change and this gorgeous Savannah weather.. Fall has finally made it here and all I want to do is be outside playing ..







Coleus and lantana's are still showing off






Salvia Karwinski #1



Chenille plant still being pretty



Tea olives are just starting to bloom again what a wonderful fragrance



Cassias are just starting also ( sorry blurry it was in the 40's this morning my fingers are cold )


Candy corn and White mandavillas



Shrimp plant just starting to bloom



Blood rose still going strong



peach hibiscus waiting really late to start blooming this year









Greggii Salvia



Candy corn this plant has been absolutely beautiful this year it has been blooming nonstop for well over a month.



Hope I'm not to late to link up to Miss Katarina at Roses and Stuff for Blooming Friday this will be my first time can't wait to visit all the other blooming blogs ..




and to the Lovely Miss Tootsie's Fertilizer Friday thank you so much to both of these ladies for hosting these .. ya'll go check out all the wonderful blogs to see more pretties ....



and what do I plan on doing this weekend well how about planting these 8 trays of Pansy's.
I love pansy they have such sweet little faces each flower has it own personality ..lol




Have a wonderful weekend
hugs ya'll, Cherry

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful flowers today. Have never seen the candycorn, must investigate this one. Your peach Hibiscus looks like the Jane Cowell, I see your Granpa Otts Morning Glory too!

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  2. Hello cherry,

    Wow! You are surrounded by such beauty! Your yeard contains many of my favorite plants and flowers. I cannot wait until I am able to start working in my yard. Right now I am concentrating on the interior of my house but am hoping that by spring I will be ready for the exterior.

    Thank you for sharing all your beautiful photos with us!

    ~ Tracy

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  3. Yummy!! Thanks for sharing. B : )
    http://bleemcguire.blogspot.com

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  4. Thank you for the nice stroll through your beautiful garden. I love seeing what is blooming in other gardens.
    Debbie

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  5. Your chenille plant looks so pretty hanging. You have so much blooming in your garden yet and it looks like you are going to be busy planting all of those pansies.
    Enjoy the nice weather Cherry.

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  6. You still have a lot blooming over there. And still more to plant. We are having some really nice weather too. Blue skies 70's and lows in the 50's. Perfect. Have a nice weekend.

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  7. You have lots of flowers at the moment. It is always interesting to see what other people in warmer areas have blooming while my own garden is shutting down for the winter. I like your Chenille plant - I haven't seen one before. Those flowers just ask to be touched!

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  8. Lots of great blooms there Cherry! I love your Camellia. What a nice shrub. We may have our first frost tonight, so my garden may look entirely different in the morning.

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  9. Holy Cow, Cherry! I cannot believe how much you still have in bloom! Beautiful and the tea olive is awesome!

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  10. I loved all your photos! Happy FF to you!

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  11. you are forgiven for deserting us...since it is for such a beautiful place!!! I love your blooms...and must admit...I am very jealous of your trays of plants there!!!
    thanks for taking time out to link in to share!

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  12. My goodness. I can see why you have been spending so much time outdoors. Your garden is still in full bloom and is so beautiful!

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  13. So different from here in our cold and grey klimat. Lovely flowers and beautiful colors. Have a nice week end!

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  14. What a treat for sore eyes - your garden is so lush and beautiful! Here in Sweden it's very different - dasrk and gloomy. -Thanks for joining Blooming Friday - It's been a pleasure watching your pictures!

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  15. Your candy corn is fabulous... as are all the other blooms, but I don't think I've seen cuphea look that great around here.

    Cameron

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  16. And still more to plant. We are having some really nice weather too. Blue skies 70's and lows in the 50's. Perfect. Have a nice weekend.
    Work from home India

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  17. Oh, Cherry, everything is so pretty!!! I enjoyed the tour:)

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  18. Hi, It is different in our Lord's garden. All your flowers are beautiful. Be grateful for all the colors of flowers you have. /Margareta

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  19. What a lot of wonderful pictures from your garden! Have a good weekend.

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Thank you so much for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment. It is so much fun to read everyone's thoughts on my ramblings .. I love to go blog hopping so look for me to be visiting you soon.
hugs, Cherry

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