Wednesday, September 15, 2010

OUT IN THE GARDEN !






I do wish bittersweet grew in Colorado!

I am sorry to tell you these are "fake".

The garden is winding down and I will miss it terribly.  We are known to have snow in September.......just a dusting     but possible just the same!

I have loved smelling the dill in my garden this year. As I water the flowers I can smell it.....


Jemima Puddleduck was happy to see the
lavender blooming again!








How many plants will I get from these seeds?









6 comments:

Martha said...

Love the pictures of your flowers -- even the faux bittersweet! I can't wait to find it at our farmer's market!

The Tablescaper said...

You've woven a bit of fall into your garden so masterfully: the bittersweet (real or not), the pumpkin. You brought some new life to a time when our gardens are looking tired. Thank you for the inspiration.

- The Tablescaper

Johanna said...

Hi Bernideen,
fall is coming and opens its capricorn with apples, pears, berries and mushrooms. It is a great and colorful season also. I wish for you a late snowfall. You have had so long time snow in spring, I think it is enough now.
Greetings, Johanna

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2010 said...

EEK! A SPIDER!! ;) I love your bittersweet and what a neat idea. It looks quite real! I hate to see summer flowers go, but love fall so much!

Rizzi said...

BITTERSWEET IS SO BEAUTIFUL, WE HAD IT AT OUR SUMMER HOUSE WHEN I WAS A KID. MY MOTHER WOULD PICK IT AND DRY IT, IT WAS VERY DELICATE, BUT BEAUTIFUL. YOUR GARDENS ARE LOVELY. RIZZI

Donna and Miss Spenser said...

Catching up on my posting tonight - I didn't know that was fake bittersweet! Looks real to me! Wondering why it doesn't grow in Colorado? It grows well in Iowa - need to check to see what your planting zone is? I love bittersweet too...Donna