John Cabot Roses (post blooming extravaganza.)
Oh, dear little blog... how I have missed thee. And, my garden, too.
I believe this might be the longest break I've ever taken between blog posts. And, while I do have a great excuse, it doesn't make for a very good story.
Scabiosa ~ Look close. Not just flowering in this frigid world. Bravely putting forth new buds! You grow, girl.
A scary ear infection (Geez! Those things are painful) had me down for the count. I slept away an entire week thanks to Dr. Kevorkian, Jr. ~ that HMO whiz of mine ~ who's answer to any dilemma is... Here! Take more pills.
Euphorbia adds a crazy bit of color to this icy brown landscape.
So, I'm sorry I haven't been over to visit anyone's blogs. And, I'm still not better. But, I am fed up. Enough's enough. Thanksgiving is right around the corner and we've got company coming.
Plus today is Bloom Day! And, I gotta participate! Even if I don't have a single thing worth showing.
Some high in the sky apples, keeping the birdies happy and the horses frustrated:
One tricky little mushroom masquerading as a daisy:
And, Helianthus perennial sunflowers. Which, in my humble opinion, look just as pretty in winter time:
Pay a visit to Carol, author of May Dreams Gardens, who is also the crafty inventor of Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day.