The mums are in bloom here. I truly need to thin the mums . They are just taking over the front flower bed. There's sedum and daisies also. Actually this is pictures from last fall, but the plants are bushier this year. People say they would like some starts....but do I have to get the starts , take them to their yards and plant them too.?? Yes. I guess I will have to do just that.
We had more rain , yesterday evening. Thankfully it has ended for a couple days. Well you know how those weather predictions go.
Take care and enjoy this wonderful Sunday. XO
Gorgeous pics! Our mums are really thriving now, too :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Susan. I think it's been a good summer for flowers and now these mums here at fall time. xoxo,SusieDelete
The variety of colors and types look so pretty altogether. We had hoped to get some rain today but it's pretty sunny so far. Enjoy your day! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Today it stayed mostly cloudy...saving us from the 90 degree day predicted. It was 82 just a bit ago. Hope you are not getting too warm. Enjoy, xoxo,SusieDelete
mums are everywhere here as well, you have some beautiful ones!!!!!ReplyDelete
Laurie, I went to my daughter's house for brunch and she gave me a new mum....I almost laughed. She is one of the people who have been wanting starts. LOL. So I told her she needs to dig them now. xoxo,SusieDelete
pick a big bouquet! really big!ReplyDelete
That's what I should be doing making bouquets for my sisters. LOL. Honesly, my daughter just gave me a mum at brunch today. She is one who wanted starts. :):) xoxo,SusieDelete
Love the mums!ReplyDelete
Hi Sylvia, If you lived near by I would bring you some.LOL. Bless you, xoxo,SusieDelete
They are gorgeous! It seems early for mums to be in bloom. I love the darker purple ones, so pretty!ReplyDelete
Donna, I know, I think it's early too. Plus this week I found a wooly worm....I have never seen any of them in August. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
I'm looking forward to seeing mums this Fall. It's too hot right now for them here. Glad that your rain finally stopped. Now, could you send it over here?ReplyDelete
I wish I could send rain where it's needed. It was muggy here today. I think it is early for the mums to be blooming. Hope you get a bit of rain soon and enjoy your new week. xoxo,Susie
Beautiful flowers. What can I say? We had another picture book day. Makes me wonder when the other shoe will drop.ReplyDelete
Boston Boy, the clouds kept us from reaching the 90's ...but it was muggy anyways. We better enjoy these good days. I know what you mean about the other shoe...we never know what the weather is going to do at times. Hope you have a fun week. xoxo,SusieDelete
We're still praying for rain. The rivers are drying up here, the water line really low. The mums are beautiful. I'm ready to get some out on the front here. Past ready for Fall!ReplyDelete
I am hoping those in need of rain get some soon. Mums are the hardiest plants I have ever grown, along with pachysandra. xoxo,SusieDelete
Oh, you have such a beautiful mum garden! Lovely... I think ours is starting to bloom. We must get out there and snap a picture of it. Tom had planted 3 of them and I believe there is only one, blooming..sad... Rain is in our future all week. Hope it doesn't make it to you..as it looks like you've had enough..lolReplyDelete
Gert, I went out yesterday to take photos of the flowers. My camera lens fogged up, after being in the house. It was muggy out .Hope your mums do bloom. xoxo,SusieDelete
Love your mums and daisies. You know, mums remind me of my high school days. They used to sell BIG mums before the football games, and you would buy them for your special friends, and everyone loved when they came into the classroom and delivered a BIG mum just for them. Those were the sweet days of school Susie.