Tuesday, August 26, 2014

A Saintly View

Despite the heat of late August, the morning glories are happily blooming away.
Everything else in the garden has withered and surrendered, or so it seems.
I'm patiently waiting for the cooler, albeit shorter days of Autumn, to appear.
 
 
 
 
 

12 comments:

donna baker said...

Me too, Jo. I am sick of these 100 degree days. Even in the evening, my glasses fog up and I have to go in and take a shower.

Terry said...

Oh Jo, it's beautiful! What's the red amongst the morning glories? Roses?

Nellie said...

Cooler temperatures will be very welcome here!

Country Gal said...

Pretty photos ! It was fall like temps here for a bit but now the humidity has returned Yuk !! Thanks for sharing . Have a good week !

Susie said...

Jo, Your blue morning glory is very nice. I love it on the fence. Next time I plant one , I am going to put it along a fence. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Complic8ed Lady said...

My Morning Glory's are still as fresh and jubilant looking as ever--even with this horrible drought in CA. I just stumbled on your blog today. It just made my heart glad--thank you. Blessings to you.

Henny Penny said...

The Morning Glories are beautiful...like everything you do. Your place is like a story book.

Patsy said...

They are beautiful I am going back to the blue next spring. The pink and light blues just don't get it.

Lady Jane said...

I love your morning glories and love the fact you have St Francis looking over all. I just love our St Francis. And also I have my mom's Blessed Virgin. She is out looking after our grove.

L. D. said...

I think it is the heat that makes them thrive. Mine aren't getting enough sun to make very many blooms. I have only two white blooms out today as it rained a lot again last night.

Janneke said...

So beautiful the Morning Glories with the roses as background for the Saint. A wonderful combination!

Deb said...

The morning glories are, well, glorious. I love them so much. Both photos are beautiful. Deb