Wednesday, August 6, 2008

What's blooming this week?

I think this exercise in weekly photographing what is newly blooming in my garden through out the summer has become a worthy project. I am quite pleased. I am finding out first of all how many new plants do keep blooming through out the season. Second, this will prove to be a very helpful visual record of my garden for future planning. Now I know my photos aren't the greatest. I tend to take them to late in the evening and lose some good lighting. But for me it is the visual record that will be most helpful, some cold January eve when I am perusing catalogs for what to order for the up coming season.


The sunflowers are ruling for the moment in the borders!

10 comments:

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Yes, this documenting of events is a great thing. I imagine that it would be especially helpful for a gardener.

Alice said...

Such beautiful flowerfotos. Clematis has always been a favorite of mine.

The Texican said...

Real Purddy. Pappy

MARIA said...

Beautiful!
I had always sunflovers in my garden!
God bless you!

Dee Dee said...

Your photos are just fine and I'm really enjoying seeing all your beautiful flowers..wonderful sun flowers :)

Lavinia said...

Excellent variety of colour, and that vivid yellow in the last shot...oh my!

It must be so nice to look at these in January as you dream up new plans for your garden...

Strider said...

Very nice.

Artwork by Christi Bunn said...

Whenever you took these photos and whatever the reason, they are terrific! Love the sunflowers and clematis, especially.

Blessings,
Christi

Knitting Mania said...

Your sun flowers are always gorgeous Cindy...great header photo!

:)

nanatrish said...

I love seeing your flowers. You are very talented in so many aspects.

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