Monday, September 22, 2008

Monday Farm Photo: A Bright Start to Fall


Sedum Autumn Joy in the Kitchen Garden

Wanna see more sedum?
(Actually it's the same plant, different days)
9/8/05: Sedum Autumn Joy is Blooming & Buzzing
9/27/05: Autumn Bloom
9/11/07: Welcoming Autumn with Open Arms (and Wings)

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6 comments:

  1. I love fall! And Spring too - but fall is so refreshing after the hot, hot summer. And I love it when the occasional springtime flower (or summer flower) shows its face once more in the fall. I currently have a few last minute gardenias on my bush that spent its bounty months ago. And the azaleas have a few buds on them in a yard down the street.

    These last minute flowers always make me so excited. Not to mention the pretty fall flowers we hadn't seen since last year.

    Beautiful picture. Enjoy the fall.

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  2. I must say, as a girl who grew up on a farm in Missouri and has woefully not been home in four years, your blog makes me terribly homesick!

    Beautiful work. While I'm sure most of your visitors enjoy their glimpse into a much more easy going and quiet sort of life than they have ever known I've greatly enjoyed the "That's home!" I feel looking at your pictures.

    Many kudos :)

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  3. Nice Autumn and flower pictures!

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  4. Man, I love fall. Our summer weather wasn't so bad this year, so I'm not feeling the great relief I normally feel when the cooler weather begins, but I am very much looking forward to the fall colors and the gorgeous clear and cool days. Yay fall!

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  5. I wax rhapsodic about Autumn Joy too. This year, mine are small. I think they like the abuse of a too-hot and too-day summer, which 2008 was definitely not.

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  6. Isn't it fabulous how we get a whole 'nuther season of blooms in the fall? My roses and those wretched invasive morning glories are dueling to the death around here.

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