Good morning everyone ~ I hope you are enjoying the start of your weekend. I'll be working again today, so my weekend hasn't started just yet. It is a chilly 47 right now right around 7:30 but is supposed to get up to around 72 later today. That will feel good.
Below are some blooms taken the morning after we got a good soaking rain from a thunderstorm that blew over bringing this little cold front.
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This is a sweet little rose called Borderer.
I think this is Bon Silene.
A Dainty Bess bud with an open blossom in the background.
I love the delicateness of George Tabor's petals.
A Louis Philippe bud against a frangipani trunk.
The next three pictures are of Louis Philippe growing up in front of and over the top of my shed.
More Old Blush.
Spiderwort, a real favorite of mine. There will be lots of blooms of this pretty soon.
Not a rain laden bloom, but a blossom anyway, sweet Tork, in my main garden. She had caught the scent of something and jumped up onto this column's top. She did not find what she was looking for. What an intense look she has.
There is no spot of ground,
bare or ugly,
that cannot be tamed
into such a state
as may give an impression
of beauty and delight.
Zone 10 ~ s.e. FL