Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
The flowers are fading fast.
What remains are mostly wildflowers and perennials.
Autumn gardening chores patiently wait.
I wouldn't so much mind summer beauty gliding away if it would take summer heat with it.
A lovely garden ...
I love fall. And this year I think we are all going to breath a sigh of relief when the cooler breezes come. I'm thinking mums! ha.
Good Morning, just want to thank you for your beautiful blog. It's so peaceful. Thanks. JD
We will be having wildflowers throughout September, once the summer snow has receded. Maybe all the way through October, too... :-)
George has said it all! :-)
But, then comes Fall, and the glory of the leaves.
Beautiful picture, Jo... I am TRULY ready for summer to GLIDE AWAY!!!! We've certainly had a hot one!Hugs,Betsy
when it wanes i hope it takes the HOT HEAT with it. before we know it we will be cold and waiting for heat again. such is life.
Our summer flowers are also fading fast, but what remains here are mostly WEEDS.They are thriving.I'm thinking I may just give up and rename all the weeds and call them "self-seeding annuals."Lovely post today!Thanks... Cass
Hard to believe with all this heat still.
Thers's so much I need to get done before summer's over...
Such a pleasant and pretty pic.I'm welcoming Fall/Autumn this year. Our weather has been overly hot. I dislike it and am trying to focus on my blessings!d
I'm afraid our new gardens didn't do very well. Between the rust in the water damaging them and then the intense heat...the plants are looking VERY sad. We've lost 3 Bleeding Hearts and 2 Hosta's and the David Austin roses are barely holding their own. NOTHING has done well at all and hopefully will make it through the winter to try again next year. We finally got rain though...Yeay! I bet your gardens still look beautiful Jo. Have a great day!Maura :)
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