Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Blooms from this evening

Here are a few pictures taken after dinner tonight. It is cool out, there is a light breeze, and it felt nice and cozy coming back inside. After posting this I need to head out into the scullery to wash dishes. Have a nice evening. May your sleep be restful and you wake up refreshed tomorrow.

Looking north on sunlit pines.


Smith's Parrish


Old Blush


Jewels of Opar

Zone 10 ~ s.e. FL


Anonymous said...

Those flowers are so beautiful, I can almost smell them. Some day, if Mr. NaM gets his way we will be in zone 10 too. Until then, it's nice to live vicariously through you and the other Southern Gals!

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Oh lovely, lovely and perfectly paired with the music.

Hope you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day.

I love candied ginger and will give your recipe a try. Ginger in tea, ginger in salad, ginger in jam, ginger in biscuits. What could be better??


Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

Noelle said...

Your plants are just lovely, especially the roses. I do love how the wind sounds when it blows through the pine trees.

Darla said...

Beautiful blooms.

gld said...

Your pictures are becoming very professional! This must be a record: I have all of these with the exception of Smith's Parrish.

If you get time, I would love to see pictures of that new screened in area. We have talked about screening or enclosing our porch.

Have a wonderful day.

sweet bay said...

Beautiful photos. The Spiderwort is such a lovely shade of blue and the silvery reverse of Love is a wonderful contrast to the bright red. I love those sprays of little pink dots that pale roses get in cooler weather.

Meems said...

Good morning Flower Lady,
It was a beautiful evening. I worked out in the garden with my grandson until almost dark when we realized we had stayed out too late and it was way past time for dinner. Love that cool breeze still blowing.

Your flowers are beautiful and I especially like the pine trees in the sunlight. Oh, and the blue sky that warms my soul.

Darla said...

What great blooms for your eyes to feast on last evening...

ChrisC said...

I'm loving the time change.Gives me more time in the garden after dinner.Your first photo is stunning.As are your blooms!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Your roses are just so beautiful. The light pink one looks like it has been just dusted with a darker pink. So pretty. I really like the Love rose too with the lighter center petals.

Rambling Tart said...

Wonderful! Especially the sunlit pines. They make my heart happy. :-)

tina said...

The pines are so peaceful. Love those spiderworts too. Mine are just beginning to grow. Can't wait to see the blooms.

Muhammad khabbab said...

Ah the roses won my heart. specially the white ones with purple touch. Isn't it sad that nobody grows here Spiderwort, although it can be very naturalized in our area.