Wednesday, September 29, 2010

The Garden in Autumn

Hello! I am glad you stopped by so I can take you on a little tour of the garden to see what is going on. Warmer weather has returned - 23 degrees Celsius and humid today.

The garden is really taking on the colors of Autumn.

We have several euonymus alatus or burning bushes in the garden and I love the color they turn in early Autumn.

The virginia creeper over the arbor is starting to turn a wine color as well.

Still some roses blooming- this one is new this year, Julia Child.

This is a bellflower-no sure which one. It is a spreader-but pretty. It blooms earlier but is putting out a few new blooms for us to enjoy.

The elder add some nice yellow color to the garden and the birds love the berries.

The sweet autumn clematis is blooming now.

I love how this daylily always graces us with some fall blooms even though it bloomed heavily a few weeks ago.

The roses give me so much pleasure.

The wine red rose is Dark Lady and I love the form,color and perfume. It is a David Austen rose.

Happy Returns daylily gives some repeat bloom late in the season also.

Our water fountain in the centre of the picket fence garden.

As you can see from our little tour the colors of the garden have changed but still give me a lot of pleasure as I stroll through the garden each day or tend to it.

A Fall collage- the pictures are mine but not the sheep , although I think sheep grazing in our field would be a nice added touch!

Thank you for coming on a stroll through the Autumn garden with me.

Thank you also to all who follow my blog both old and new and to all who have left such kind words.

Have a good day!



Susan said...

Loved the tour, Carolyn. What an enchanting place your garden is. It's far better than the "secret" garden ever was! Your roses are, indeed, quite divine. Victoria Magazine here you come! Susan

Mariette said...

Dearest Carolyn,

Just happen to be at my PC when I released my blog and also saw yours! Great autumn walk through your garden. The roses are still incredible and the fall colors grace your property quite early!
The weather is unbelievable mild for you after you mentioned the first frost a couple of days ago. Mother nature is unpredictable.

Have a great remainder of the week and sunny greetings from Georgia,


Erin @ I Heart New England said...

As beautiful as ever... Wow.

sweetbay said...

Your garden is looking so lovely!

milka said...

All i can say is-- WOW.

Un Taller de Miniaturas said...

It is always a pleasure for my sight visiting your blog and discovering so many beautiful pictures you show on it. I love them!!
I congrat you for your stunning and impeccable garden. Thanks so much for sharing!!
Hugs from Spain,

✿ Hélène Flont ✿ said...

I imagine what a lovely month of October will be in this lovely garden. I love all these sweet shades and touches of violet & purple on the edge. As beautiful and changing .Comme il est magnifique et changeant.
Merci pour la visite Carolyn.

Kom Achterom said...

Your garden is a verry nice autumn garden with lots of late roses
So nice. Love it al!!
happy week

Aszka9 said...

I really like your blog and garden.

podso said...

The beautiful color of your house just adds to the autumn garden. Loveliness!

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

Your garden still is such a joy to the eye! All those autumn colours....Love the picture of your fountain. It looks very romantic and like something out of a magazine!

Enjoy you day!

Sunny greetings from Holland,


A Garden of Threads said...

Thank you for the wonderful tour of your beautiful garden. It is starting to put on a lovely fall show. Take care.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your garden is looking wonderful, Carolyn! Love the roses and vines! Enjoy this warm day.


Förgätmigej ♥ said...

It's wonderful. I love it!:-) Hug Stina

Maddy said...

Ah ah!!!
Ciao dolce Carolyn, hai ragione, delle belle pecorelle nel tuo giardino ci starebbero proprio bene!!!!

Amo vederlo avvolto nelle piante e nei fiori che assumono i colori caldi di questa stagione...

Ps: grazie delle tue visite su "Charity Drops", sono sempre assolutamente graditissime!!!

Un abbraccio!


Crystal Rose Cottage said...

That was a lovely Autumn tour of your garden!~Hugs, Patti

Sanna said...

Hi Carolyn,

Beautiful garden as always. Love the photo of the water fountain :)

Enjoy the warmth!


Anonymous said...

Carolyn, I love your juxtaposition of hardscape--architectural elements and plants. Such a treat to look at and gain inspiration from. You must be so proud.

Monica@The White Bench said...

Awwww! Your garden is a beauty!!!!

Marie said...

Carolyn - your garden is always breathtaking in any season...even in autumn! I love every corner and every display you have. It's my dream garden.

Betty Jo said...

Carolyn your autumn garden is splendid! I adore the burning bush too. They plant them along some of the roadways around here. Sorry I haven't been around much lately, but I am finally moved. It's been a long hectic month. ♥

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Autumn has its own colour scheme and it seems to fit so nicely in with your blooms.

Deanna said...

lovely Fall Gardens!!!

Lacy said...

What a beautiful lovely place. I wish I could see it in real life!

Anonymous said...

Autumn is the most inspiring season for poets and painters and in your garden it is definitely something I would love to enjoy.
Thank you for the invitation to tour your beautiful garden.

♥ Hélène Glehen - a French artist, fond of roses and romantic stuff ♥

maría cecilia said...

Dear Carolyn, your garden is always beautiful, soooo beautiful!!! no matter what time of the year is, you always have it like a dreamed one!!!

Georgianna said...

Oh my, it really is changing quickly now, isn't it? Such a lovely, gentle relaxation into autumn's colors. Always amazing! Georgianna