Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Our Late Season Garden

                                                                      Hello everyone,
         I hope you are all having a great week. We just got back from a short holiday in Nova Scotia where we had a good time and had great weather. I apologize once again for any confusion on my blog disappearing for a few days but I think the problem has been resolved.
   Anyway, I have lots of photos to share from our trip but today I wanted to give you a tour of our late season garden. These photos were all taken last week just before we had a hard frost so already
it has changed again. I love the 'burning bushes' that give such nice red color in the fall.

                                           Down in the woods by the brook-it is a nice peaceful place
                                          to sit for a spell.
                              You can see the virginia creeper over the arbor has taken on it's fall colors too.

                                              Julia Child still has some late season roses.
                                                       The limelight hydrangea-last week.
                                         A new geranium bloomed most of the summer and has multi-colored foliage
                              in the fall.
                                                        The Elmira rose puts on a good show even this late.
                                 This tall aster and the late blooming monkshood look pretty together.
                                                Autumn joy sedum with a fading hosta.
                                       Royal Bonica has a few blooms still.
                                                The arbor with the virginia creeper.Holly to the right of arbor.
                                       The daylillies have a bloom or two late in the season
                                  Sedum and varigated foliage on the phlox look pretty.
                                               The arbor from the inside of the fence.
                             Sorry for the quality of this photo but it is the only one I took of this area.
                                           On the balcony looking to the pond.
                                     A pretty dahlia blooming last week but alas gone with the frost a couple of nights ago - so it will go into the basement to rebloom again next year.
                                    The sumac by the cottage has great fall color.
                                                       The terrace in the fall.
                       A bouquet I picked for you last week.

                            Well, I am off to visit my sweet Mama and I will be back soon with
                             more to share.

                             Thank you for your visit and all your lovely emails and comments.

                             Take care,


Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Your gardens are so beautiful throughout the year, Carolyn! You really took into consideration all the seasons!

Mari said...

Omg! Carol your gardens are simply stunning ;) like your own magic garden with all the beautiful colors of fall.


Terhi said...

Amazing colours, beautiful!
Greetings, Terhi

Minha vida de campo said...

estou encantada com a beleza de seu jardim. Amei esse florido jardim. Me deu a inspiração que eu precisava para dar um toque em minha casa.
Tenha um ótimo dia.

Pamela Gordon said...

I can't believe we are talking about the late season garden already. Where did the summer go? You still have lots of colour in yours Carolyn. I love the reds of the burning bush. We planted one this year and it's about a foot high but it's red! Beautiful photos!

Marisa said...

Cuanta belleza ,tiene que ser un placer pasearse por ese jardín .PAZ Y AMOR

Pamela said...

Carolyn your place is the next best thing to heaven!

Larry said...

Very, very lovely! I am particularly impressed with your Limelight hydrangea... mine don't seem to color like that although my Angel's Blush does... I'm wondering if it has anything to do with the amount of sun they get?
At any rate, I'm looking forward to your photos from Nova Scotia... my grandfather was from there and there are lots of relatives I've never met... Any pictures I've seen from there are quite spectacular so I'll stay tuned as it were! Larry

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

So wonderful to see your prize winning garden in fall! I love seeing the longshots. Just breathtaking.

Linda said...

Oh, what a beautiful world in which you live, dear Carolyn! I have never seen that view of the pond before. Pure bliss.

Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Deanna said...

Beautiful photos and a delight to visit your place,

Timi said...

Your garden is beautiful!!! I love these autumn colors!

Janneke said...

I enjoyed this gardentour so much, full of autumcolours and it has not suffered yet of bad stormy wet autumn weather as I can see. So beautiful!

Debbie Lynne Malison said...

You must love waking up in the morning to all that! Wow!

Elzie said...

So Beautiful photos Carolyn. Fall colors are so Bright and I just love the way you have them in your garden.
Hope you have a great Thursday.
Love Elzie

kristen said...

As always, Carolyn, so beautiful and inspiring...thank you so much for sharing your green thumb with us all :)

Betty W said...

Your home is so pretty. I would love to visit it one day.

Marie Atkinson said...

Thank you for sharing your garden again. Love the wonderful color!

AshTreeCottage said...

Beautiful images! Thank you.

Big tExas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Joy said...

So lovely! I'm glad you captured these flowers in pictures before the hard frost got them all.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn,
Your gardens look fabulous all ablaze with colour. I love the burning bushes. Looking towards your pond, is so peaceful. Glad you had a good trip to NS and I look forward to your pictures. Although drizzly today, it's nice and mild. Enjoy your day.


Vesna (HOME CHIC CLUB) said...

Your garden are simply stunning Carolyn!! I`m in love!!

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

Carolyn, your garden is beautiful. The Fall colors are fabulous. Thank you for sharing.

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Jan Johnsen said...

you take amazing garden photos! I am sharing this blog on 'serenity in the garden blog' on facebook...

Anonymous said...

Halifax Public Gardens are so beautiful,,
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