Thanksgivings is over and frost is on the way

Well I guess it is officially time to start thinking about Christmas with Thanksgiving being over.
It is going to be in the 70's today with lots of sunshine.  
Old Mr. frost is slipping in this evening so I am headed out to put the finishing touches on beds 
and moving plants into the potting shed.
There's still a few things going strong.

Clerodendrum indicum
Common Names: tubeflower, Turk's turban, skyrocket
Thunbergia ~ Clock Vine

The Royal Empress Tree
tall cigar plant, candy corn plant

Cassia flowers and a little friend

 double peach hibiscus
What a bird, it served us
I hope each of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Ours was filled with lots of food, fun and family.
 Enjoy the rest of your weekend..
Please be safe if you are shopping or traveling.
hugs, Cherry


  1. It's posts like this one that remind me that we live in very different gardening zones. I can offer some dead leaves for your perusal, but not much else! Your garden is still so beautiful, Cherry!

  2. It's been several months since I've seen flowers blooming..Wind chills in the 20's today..Enjoyed your pictures..

  3. Cherry, Your flowers are still lovely. I love looking at all the different varieties that you have, so beautiful. Your paintings are awesome as well. Are you selling them anywhere? I Loooooove that rooster.
    Not on the computer too much lately. Hope to get back into some kind of routine soon. Maybe after I finish therapy I will be able to get back into the groove.
    I loved visiting today,
    Blessings, Ginger


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hugs, Cherry

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