Thursday, September 20, 2012

Late Summer Garden



                                                                 Hello everyone,
        Well with summer almost over for another year I thought I would show you what the garden looks like now. It has a faded beauty now but if you don't look too close it still looks pretty good I think.
  It is the hydrangeas that are giving me the enjoyment now but the phlox is still adding color.
                            The virginia creeper will soon turn red and then lose it's leaves for another year.

 The virginia creeper on the house has run a bit rampant but still I love it.
 We have had a lot of rain in the past few weeks so the grass is lush and green again.



                                                      The Gardener's Cottage
                                                                 Our pond.
                                     A cute little bumble bee in our garden.

            And here's looking at you!!!  Oh,Noah you make me laugh.

                    I am joining My Romantic Home for Show & Tell Friday.

                 Thank you for visiting,

                Carolyn

                 

17 comments:

Susan Herin said...

Carolyn, I always love going for a walk in your gorgeous garden! Sooo beautiful!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Even now your garden is exquisite.

And your G babies are precious.

Szara Sowa said...

Your garden is beautifull in all sesons. Childern are sweet.

Merlesworld said...

Your garden looks pretty good for the end of Summer ours always look like roasted turnips by the time our Summer is over, we have been told we are having the hotest and driest in 40 years this year something to look forward to.
Merle...

Naturally Carol said...

I can just see the birches and a few other trees starting to turn yellow, hopefully you will get a lovely long stretch of autumn colour. The garden is very beautiful at this time of year.

Nette said...

Oh how I would love to stroll in your garden with bare feet. Your pictures show a secret, romantic and lush garden. Beautiful!

nicoly said...

complimenti, il tuo blog è molto bello,l'ho scoperto nel blog di sabry
una mia cara amica virtuale
mi piace molto il tuo giardino, il classico giardino all'inglese, romantico e con tanti fiori
grazie per le belle immagini che hai pubblicato.....
ti seguo
nicoletta

IsabelC. said...

Wonderful colors of the indian summer

Sanna - My Blueberry House said...

Hi Carolyn,

I think your garden has a lot to show still. It looks very green and lush. I know it will look pretty when the leaves turn in to autumn colors as well. Cute little bumble bees you have there :)

Have a nice weekend,
Sanna

Cotton Peony said...

Snowball head that haven't faded yet? WOW, lucky you. Most of my flowers have wained and now the greens are turning the fall colors here. Cooler temps at night and I tell you for some reason, it feels more like late fall than one of just starting.

But I do love it compared to many of the previous years.

Do you dry your largest snowballs?

warm hugs,
Cotton Peony

Marille said...

A beginning of autumn in your garden looks very beautiful :)))

Greetings from Poland :)

Deborah said...

Still looks ravishing Carolyn!
Love your bumblebee and Noah !
I adore the photo of the two adirondaks by the water...glorious!
have a great weekend my friend xo

Deborah xoxo

Terri said...

My grandparents lived in a small town where wild phlox was everywhere. I still love phlox.

Your garden is gorgeous and your grandchildren are so cute!

Bernideen said...

Carolyn - please come link this to my "Open House"! So lovely!

Heaven's Walk said...

Heaven on earth, Carolyn. I could wander through your gardens all day long! :) Love the lady statue in front of that old mirror. What an incredible vignette!

xoxo laurie

Susan said...

Hello Carolyn...

I haven't been able to log on to your blog because my new laptop is blocking it.

I have to wait til my kids get here to tell me how I can rectify this dismal situation.

I so love your dear blog.

I'm on it tonight because I logged on to the old, molasses-in-January computer. Now THIS one lets me on.

Anyway, I have some catching up to do.

Your grandchildren are absolutely gorgeous.

Hope your weekend is good.

By the way, Carolyn, I love strolling through your garden in every single season, including winter! Susan

Egretta Wells blog said...

Your garden is beautiful! I can't wait to see the Virginia Creeper in red!!