Saturday, October 6, 2007

Sunday Blooming Sunday




Things are slowing down for sure...............................but here are a few things that still look nice. I am holding the rose because it was so windy today I could not photograph it without holding it.

Hot, warm, humid and windy...........................AGAIN.


18 comments:

No Rain said...

Very pretty!
Aiyana

Barbara said...

What a lovely rose you are holding in your hand! Do you know perhaps its name?
Have a nice Sunday!
Greetings from Switzerland, Barbara

verobirdie said...

Pretty rose!
And what are the other two flowers ? I like the little stars in the middle.

Connie said...

Looks like the pinks are still performing for you...very pretty!!

Wicked Gardener said...

Someone beat me to my question - what are the other two flowers?

Wicked Gardener said...

Someone beat me to my question - what are the other two flowers?

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

The other two flowers are zinnias.

Thanks for stopping by one and all.

Ki said...

The rose looks lovely. Does it have a scent?

Moe said...

Very pretty! Still getting some good blooms.

Julie said...

You were all pinked out! I actually just noted the time has gone past midnight and we are into another day! Your flowers are very pretty and I love the sweet little bottom zinnia! I cannot grow zinnias here due to high humidity (I believe that is the reason)...they sell them, but they die very fast....but they are CUTE!!! Julie

A wildlife gardener said...

Dreamy pink colours, wonderful blooms for this time of year.

Deb said...

Your roses look amazing -gorgeous photos of your pink flowers.

Shady Gardener said...

Your site is always lovely.

Q said...

Zinnias are one of my garden mainstays! I save the seed from year to year, have done so for over thirty years!
The butterflies love them!
Sherry

Regina said...

Beautiful pictures.What's the name
of rose in your hand?
Have a nice day Regina

Catherine said...

The rose is beautiful, and so are the zinnia's...I posted a seashell zinnia tonight, it was a little flawed, it's petals were inside out, or outside in, I can't decide witch, but it was lovely, Zinna's are mainstays of the garden,aren't they..?!

kris said...

Isn't it fun to see color still in the garden? I love the rose - beautiful.

KC MO Garden Guy said...

Love the colors!!! Roses have always been a passion for me. But getting tired of the black spot! I need to try zinnias next year I saw them on Bob's blog and they reminded me of my childhood when I would grow them every summer.