Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Blooms from this morning

Good morning everyone ~ Before I get up to do some dishes and get our lunches made before heading off to work, I wanted to post some blooms from this morning.

Pink Pet or Caldwell’s Pink


Cape Honeysuckle next few pics.





Louis Philippe


Mm. Laurette Messimy



An ancient shell


Philippine violets


Curbside found poinsettias from after last Christmas. starting to change color. I have 4 of these.


Rain lily




Have a lovely day whatever you are doing and a great weekend.



"What greater delight is there

than to behold the earth

apparelled with plants

as with a robe of embroidered works,

set with Orient pearls

and garnished with the great diversitie of rare and costly jewels.

But these delights are in the outward senses.

The principle delight is in the mind,

singularly enriched with the knowledge of these visible things,

setting forth to us the invisible wisdom

and admirable workmanship of almighty God."

John Gerard, 1633, The Herbal



Southern Lady said...

Lovely blooms! Have a great day! Carla

gld said...

The blooms are beautiful! Is that a tradescantia in the new header? I have never looked at it that closely. Your pictures me me remember to do that.

Have a good work week.

L. D. Burgus said...

They are all so wonderful. I like the ancient shell.

Annie said...

Beautiful beautiful blooms particularly love the honeysuckle

Becca's Dirt said...

That Louie Phillipe is so pretty. Great pics of the honeysuckle. I should place my big shells in the garden but I'm afraid that they will get broken. Maybe I'll do it anyway. Hope you're doing good.

Sissy said...

the shell is stunning, with all it's detail! I love the last two lines of the poem. "Invisible wisdom" is perfect, isn't it??

Karen said...

Oh, how nice to see flowers blooming instead of snow flying! I'm not ready yet, but I know it's inevitable.

You're so right, time to think winter and get some stained glass work going again. Just have to shift gears for a few months. (But it's hard to do!)

shirley said...

Your pghotography talents are amazing. Love all the beautiful pics.

Debi@7Gates said...

Poinsettias curbside; what a treat. Keep the color coming. You things are pretty brown here now. Still have a little leaf color.