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Friday, October 15, 2010

How I'll Miss You When You're Gone



Sixty days and counting, still blooming your little hearts out.
How you've made me smile each morning .....

19 comments:

Sharon said...

Your Glories are very pretty! You may think I am nuts (a given) but I actually had to try to kill mine off, after 3 years of reseeding themselves, they pretty much engulfed my porch, rails, steps, and other plantings. They just got terribly carried away. Was like too much of a good thing.

cheshire wife said...

Morning Glory are lovely but they do not really fit with the Autumn colour palette.

DJan said...

They will be back next year, won't they? They are so stunning right now!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

You can still see them in your beautiful photo when it is gone !
Have a beautiful weekend, my friend.
Wong

Jesús Garrido said...

son muy buenas, felicidades

Betsy from Tennessee said...

HI Jo, Your Morning Glories are some of the prettiest ones I have ever seen.. I know you will be sad when they are gone..

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Louise said...

Beautiful

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Hello Jo!
Your Morning Glories are wonderful especially growing on that fence! I used to have some growing on our trellis in the city...it didn't take long for them to cover the whole thing and over take my roses etc. I ended up pulling them out but I kept lots of seeds. One day I'll plant them here on the farm but this time I'll make sure they've got a place of their own!

I'm glad you enjoyed your visit to my office/craft room today. It's not finished but I'm taking my time adding treasures that really mean something to me. I'm touched that you felt you knew me a little better after visiting. I hope you have a WONDERFUL weekend Jo...take care. :)

donna baker said...

Oh Jo, they did turn out beautiful this year. I planted some seed one year and they come back time and again, even in other spots. Mine seemed to have turned purplish these last years, though I wish they stayed as blue as yours.

Barbara Anne said...

Lovely! What a feast for the eyes and the soul!

We're planning to put up a fence section just for morning glories. Well, that and the laughs we got from putting a bird feeder at one end of the old fence and realizing that - in the bird world - there really is a pecking order!!

Hugs!

Sandra said...

that is a long time for them to bloom. our night blooming cactus is still blooming and it never blooms after the middle of sept. it has been blooming for 3 months, which is an all time record. this fence looks like a record number of blooms for a beautiful fence.

Carol said...

Absolutely gorgoeus photographs.
We were at Cheekwood yesterday and they had a few morning glories flowering. Very pretty.

Janet said...

they are divine ! you take such wonderful photos-you have a real eye for it- have enjoyed visiting your blog,thank you !

George said...

I'm glad you're enjoying your Morning Glories as much as you can. I'm afraid their days are numbered.

Verde Farm said...

Those beautiful glories do deliver don't they? How beatuiful yours are :) They are like Frosty--they'll be back again some day.
Amy

The Redneck Rosarian said...

What joy flowers bring us. Your morning glories make me smile. I have a co-worker who comes in each day and says "mornin glory" as he passes our office doors. That makes me smile too!

Deanna said...

So very pretty and what a great number of days to enjoy them.

Fantastic,
d

Susan said...

Amazing morning glories! the rabbits
ate all my vines except one! The variety was Heavenly Blue morning glory.

L. D. Burgus said...

This is the first year that my morning glory plants did well, and yes I too will miss them. Yours are so beautiful on that picket fence.