Friday, May 17, 2013

Still in our garden

 After our visit to the local rose garden, yesterday I took a wander around our own garden to look at the remains of what autumn has to offer.

This tree provides some borrowed landscape from our neighbours driveway and is resplendant in shades of autumn.

Our garden is still busy flowering, in parts.  The yellow flowers are a result of some chrysanthemun plants we bought at a church fair.  We had no idea what flowers the plants  might provide.

The orange flowers are from an arctotis plant that keeps growing and growing. Considering it was only planted this year it has gone ahead in leaps and bounds.

Rain has set in today and is expected to continue well into next week.  It remains to be seen how many of these lovely flowers will remain after that.

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