Thursday, September 1, 2011

September, sweet sweet September

We have been waiting on you.....





August was miserable! This little guy and I have kissed it good bye ...







Sweet Autumn Clematis



September always brings a wonderful renewed feeling to my soul.. My sweet autumn Clematis has just started blooming. Daddy gave me this last year it was one of his favorites. When it bloomed he would show it off to everyone that stopped by.. I didn't realize till just now that almost every plant my father gave me was white ~ Cherokee Rose, Confederate Jasmine, Cape Jasmine ( Gardenia ) and my Confederate Rose which starts out white then turns a deep pink...







Morning Glories are still going strong















Cockscombs are still beautiful, this one is more of a salmon color. I only had one that came up so I am hoping to save some seeds and yes that is an upside down empty picture frame behind the jar .. and one of our new kittens Tigger.







I haven't a clue what this is. It is a vine that has taken over an entire flowerbed. I truly don't know if it is a weed or if it is something I planted ... any ideas ?





Hello September I'm so so glad you are here I'm looking forward to all the fun we are going to have together...







It's Cottage Flora Thursday over at Miss Tracie's.... Fishtail Cottage and tomorrow is Flaunt your flowers Friday over at the lovely Miss Glenda's of Tootsie Time Come on lets join the fun... I can't wait to see what everyone is sharing this week..



Hugs from Savannah ya'll, Cherry

11 comments:

  1. oh my goodness, beautiful pictures! That frog is just fantastic. And I love your morning glories, we have the really deep blue/purple and a really pale blue. I can't believe how many varieties there are.

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  2. I'm thinking your Daddy was pulled to white blooms because of a pure heart. That vine is a wild morning glory and will eat your garden away. I have it popping up all over and need to pull it!

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  3. Things are looking lovely. The Corkscomb is beautiful and your cat is adorable.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. Stopping by your blog from Tootsie Time. Beautiful flowers!! I love sweet autumn clematis...I had it at our old house and am considering adding a trellis to grow it here at our new house. I'm your newest follower.

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  5. Hi,
    I was just thinking today that I should plant a white Clematis. Seeing yours, just confirms it. Yes, I do need one. Very lovely! Ever so sweet that it came from your dad. Oh, and I love the purple striped Morning Glory! Never seen one quite like it. Thanks so much for visiting my blog. Now following you.

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  6. love that photo with the frog in it!!!!
    I have shared the post you did for FF on my Tootsie Facebook page..hope you are ok with that
    I thank you so much for linking in this week. It is an honor to host Friday's Flaunt and meet new friends and visit the regulars (who are like old friends) who share. I am always excited to tour each post and see the different flowers/ projects and garden art that everyone flaunts. It is a pleasure to tour and see all the gorgeous blooms...and I appreciate each and every link and comment! I hope you will link in again soon!
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  7. So many pretty picture...I am hoping for some cooler weather as September progresses...I am itching to be in my garden again but the heat is still too much to be bothered with for long.

    Blessings Kelsie

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  8. I love September too! I hope yours is good! I'm following you too!

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  9. Hi- Thanks for visiting my blog! I love your photos! Sorry August was a bummer! For me it was the opposite but I always love September- the weather is stable and comfortable! Your frog photo is very cool! Sorry to see you lost your father. I lost mine on Thanksgiving night in 1991. It's going to be 20 years already. Can't believe it. I think it's marvelous that he gave you plants. You will always relate them to him. That's a blessing in disguise!

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  10. Always a joy when the heat of summer is finally over.

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  11. Lovely the morning glory flowers!

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hugs, Cherry

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