Today is the last day of A Week of Flowers for this year. The Grand Finale so to speak. 😉 I would like to stretch out a giant hug and huge thanks to all those who have joined in or left comments. 🤗🤗🤗
This has been a wonderful booster – and I know not just for me. So without further ado, here is the last dose of bright and colourful summer flowers. Just imagine it is July and the sun is shining!
Cosmos Double Click Cranberry
With many thanks. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend and a peaceful first Sunday in Advent. xx
P.S. A bonus photo for Jason at Garden in a City who hasn’t been too well recently. Jason introduced me to Tithonias many moons ago for which I am eternally grateful! Wishing you all the best Jason.
The idea of A Week of Flowers 2020 was to raise our spirits and brighten up these dismal grey November days. I think it has done just that, thanks to all those participating! We have seen some fabulous flowers (and bees, butterflies, etc) and I have certainly been reminded of summer days, spring sunshine and autumn foliage. So let’s continue with day six! Photos from late summer in the Sunshine Bed today…
Rudbeckia Prairie Glow
Helianthus Sheila’s Sunshine
It is not too late to join in. Just post a photo of a flower or two from your 2020 garden and leave a comment below with a link to your post.
Thank you for visiting!
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.
Cleome Violet Queen
Aster Alma Poetschke
Hibiscus, Himalaya Park
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. ☀️ Just leave a link to your conribution in the comments below so that we can find your post. Thanks!
At the beginning of the week I asked my blogging friends to join me in posting a flower (or several flowers) a day from our 2020 gardens. The idea was to disperse the blues and the depressing news that is affecting is all, although we are miles apart. The response has been fantastic and I think this has given us all a little boost. So let’s continue with A Week of Flowers Day Four! Today I am going back to spring. 🌷🌷🌷
Hellebore Ice ‘n’ Roses , Rose
Thank you everyone for reading, liking, commenting, joining in and for being there. You are all appreciated so very much. xx
Day three of my flowery answer to foggy November days shows a few photos from June this time. Thank you to all those joining in and contributing such gorgeous photos and thanks for all the lovely comments too!
Echinacea Green Envy
Gaura and Verbena bonariensis
Do join in if you can. Just post a flowery photo from your 2020 garden that has made you smile. 😃 Then leave a link in the comments below so that we can all find your post. Thanks!
Yesterday it was so cheering, in fact overwhelming, to have so many of my blogging friends join me in posting a week of flowers. It really did make the day brighter and happier. 😃
So today I am continuing my week of flowery fun with some more photos from my garden, this time from July… just look at that blue sky! Sigh!
It’s not too late to join in! Just post a photo of something bright and cheerful from your 2020 garden to help bring some cheer to these strange times, then leave a link to your post in the comments below so we can all enjoy it. Thank you! 🧡
As promised, over the next seven days I will be posting a week of flowery photos from my garden in 2020. And I am asking you to join me in this attempt to brighten these dismal days of lockdowns and uncertainty. Just one photo would be lovely. 😃 I have chosen to post a collage of several flowers each day.
So today, a few photos taken in May…
If you would like to join me, please leave a comment below with a link to your post!
Thank you! xx