A Week of Flowers Day Five, 26th November 2020

In my Week of Flowers 2020 (I think this will have to become an annual event!) I have found some photos of some gorgeous pink flowers to share.

I hope you are having a good week, and a lovely Thanksgiving if you are in the U.S.

If you would like to join me in my Week of Flowers, please do! We really can brighten these grey days by sharing our favourite and most colourful flowers from our 2020 gardens. β˜€οΈ Just leave a link to your conribution in the comments below so that we can find your post. Thanks!

43 thoughts on “A Week of Flowers Day Five, 26th November 2020

    • Hello Lisa. I am so glad they have been of benefit to you too. It is important to focus on light and colour at this time of year. πŸ˜ƒ Have a good day!

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    • Hi Joanne, lovely you could join us again today. That last flower is a Hibiscus, but exactly what sort I can’t say as it was in a garden I visited in September. πŸ˜ƒ Have a wonderful day!

  2. These pink flowers are lovely, Cathy. The asters are real standouts. I also enjoyed V. bonariensis and cleome this year. Insects seem to like them as well. Thanks for hosting.

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    • The spininess of the Cleomes is a problem and I must say the smell too. I always forget how stinky they can be! I am enjoying all these lovely flowery posts too Anna. Thanks for joining in! xx

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    • Thanks Cathy! It is doing me the world of good too. A wonderful distraction during these grey days. We had freezing fog all day today! That is Cleome Violet Queen which I grew along with White Queen. And I was so impressed that I am growing them both again next year and have also got seed for the deeper pink one, Cherry Queen. πŸ˜ƒ I collected plenty of seeds if you would like to me to send you some? 🌱

      • Thanks SO much, Cathy! I would LOVEe some seed. I’m not quite sure how I would give you my address however? You are probably more used to this than me. I do hope your fog lifts tomorrow and that you get our afternoon sunshine (we’ve had freezing fog in the morning). Have a lovely evening!

    • Thanks Allison. I don’t grow hibiscus myself as they are such messy shrubs, but I do love the flowers! (This one was in a garden I visited in September).

  6. It’s a grey day here as well although the sun tried a little in the morning and that was nice to see. Actually it’s the perfect day for some bright pink, so thanks! Just what these dark days of the year needed πŸ™‚

  7. Yes, an annual event sounds a great idea! Good to see your pinks in this post, something we will be short of for a little while (other than V. bodnantense Dawn, I suppose, which is a wishy washy pink!). I realise I have not been adding links to my posts…sorry!

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