Saturday, October 1, 2011

Pink Saturday

Hello everyone,
       Another week has gone by so quickly and it is time for Pink Saturday again.So, I hope you are not tired of seeing my roses etc. because I have a few more to share with you today.

A touch of frost adds some sparkle to the roses.


This is a second flowering for these pretty pink lupins.

My pretty chintz teacup with a pink dahlia from the garden.


Well, I know there are lots of pretty pinks for you to see at How Sweet the Sound so I won't keep you but thank you for coming to visit me and have a wonderful weekend!

My good friend Linda at Beautiful Ideas is having her first giveaway so please pop in and check it out.

Carolyn

21 comments:

Lounging with a Latte said...

Beautiful photos. I never get sick of seeing your gorgeous roses. I love your new pond too!

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

Hello Carolyn
I can NEVER be tired on your lovely roses,,,,,,,,NEVER :)
And that teacup,,,,,,,,,,,I,m in love :)
I say it again,,,,,,You are the best:)
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Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Oh my goodness your flowers are so gorgeous !!!

poppilinnstudios said...

Good Morning Carolyn,
Your flowers are perfect as always! Happy Pink Saturday!
-Lynn

Gilda - Sweet sweet home said...

Good Morning Carolyn!Your roses are gorgeous! But the dew makes them special.
Happy October. Gilda

Camille said...

Your roses are exquisite!

Ineke van den Akker said...

Fantastic!!! Just love this!

Linda said...

Hi Carolyn!

I could never tire of seeing your roses. They almost look good enough to eat with the sweet touches of glittery frost - like sugar flowers! I wish there was a way to preserve them like this.

And, I never knew that lupins could have a second flowering!!! Do you happen to know the name of the pink variety that you have?! Your green thumb never ceases to amaze me! I'm going to be searching for them at the garden centres next season! They are so luscious. The lupins, not the thumbs. Haha Well, maybe the thumbs, too!!!

It's 23 degrees here today - with the humidity factor, it must be close to 30. It's too hot to go outside on Oct. 1st - can you imagine. I fear it's the calm before Hurricane Ophelia.

Not long back from Pat's Plants and Gardens where we did a photo shoot and presented a cute giant cheque to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation-Atlantic for $2,500 raised from Garden Pink Days. We're thrilled and looking forward to it being bigger and better next gardening season!

Thank you for all your feel-good posts (which, BTW, is your every post) and thank you, too, for mentioning the give-away...I'll reveal it soon.

Your post today is making me crave pink marshmallows for some reason...SMILE. Enjoy the weekend.


Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Alex aus dem Gwundergarten said...

I love your Pink Saturday! Wonderful Photos. Brrrrr... you've already got frost?! That's quit early, isn't it.
Have a nice day
Alex

chubskulit said...

I love Saturdays, lots of Pinktastic stuff to see. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pink!

My Pink is here, hope you can come by and see. Have a great week weekend!

Pamela Gordon said...

I can almost smell the roses from here. Beautiful!

June said...

We haven't had a frost yet Carolyn, but your roses look beautiful all frosty! We are supposed to have frost by Wed. and I don't think I'm ready to let the vegetables go by the wayside.
I have been busy this past week moving a few things around in the garden and getting some weeding done. I couldn't believe how out of shape I was and how sore I got. Better get out there and do more so I can get back into shape.
sending hugs...

Yeojin sunim said...

So beautiful.. Thank for your flowers! I can never be tired.

iris said...

que de roses ROSE
c' est un enchantement
voir la vie en rose!!!!
que de douceur
à bientôt
IRIS

Kim said...

Hi Carolyn,
I will never tire of your beautiful roses. Looking at your gorgeous pictures always makes my day. Thank you.

Kim
Letters from the Shore

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

Your roses look beautiful with the layer of frost on them. Hope you had a wonderful weekend?! It was warm and sunny in Holland. We spent a delightful day in the garden with my parents.

Wish you a happy new week!

Madelief x

Shirley said...

Breathless beauty! What more can be said?

Carol said...

Dear Carolyn, How could anyone ever tire of anything you share. Your touch and eye are always exquisite and we are all awash in your magic with each visit. Beautiful sensual and soft photographs. Thank you for sharing. Carol

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Carolyn, your pinks are so dreamy. I never tire of seeing your roses. Love the chintz teacup too. Lots of rain coming our way the few days eh? We've had our pellet stove on a few times already.

Blessings,
Sandi

AshTreeCottage said...

The lupins are my favorite. Beautiful post as always!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Veronica said...

Todo lo que muestras es maravilloso! Una verdadera maravilla!!
Saludos
Veronica.