Saturday, November 10, 2007

"The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, tra la..."

.... well, a few of them anyway.
Azalea

Abelia, Smoke bush, Cherry Tree

Smoke bushes, Iceberg roses

Lavatera, Cercis, Grevillea, Petospermum

Beetroot look just as good among the petunias and poppies

Grevillea 'Purple Cloud'

Cotinus 'Grace' in flower

9 comments:

meggie said...

Lovely! Thanks for all the flowers!

Calidore said...

Your Garden is an absolute delight as always Alice. Thank you for posting those stunning photos.

Joyismygoal said...

Wow I love the airy red ones at the bottom they are soooo pretty

No Rain said...

The Grevillea 'Purple Cloud' looks a lot like the bottle brush I'm familiar with, but it doesn't seem to be related that I can find. All the photos are lovely.
Aiyana

verobirdie said...

When I arrive at your blog, I must always remember that you are downunder! It is always a surprise to see spring flowers whereas we are heading to winter. But a nice surprise, since your garden is so beautiful.

Kerri said...

How lucky we are to be able to share your bright and beautiful gardens while ours are getting ready to hibernate for the winter. It'll help tide us over until our spring returns.
The Cotinus is so light and airy. I love the colour.
I had those same petunias growing..all three colours. The beetroot does look pretty mixed in with the flowers.
Love that Azalea! And the Grevillea.
It's....well, a growing delight Alice! :) Thanks for sharing these lovely photos.

gardenmomma (Chris) said...

What wonderful shots! The azalea is so beautiful. I will look to your posts for encouragment during the next few winter months (for us). Have a great week! Chris

Krissie said...

everything looks so luscious Alice, unlike here where a few hot days and everything is starting to dry and droop!!

guild_rez said...

You have spring..How wonderful..
Perhaps I should move over the winter to Australia and comeback to Canada in April:-))
cheers Gisela