Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Garden Bloggers Blooms Day in Spring

This is the first Garden Bloggers Blooms Day in Spring here in M-Town, and I am hoping it is also a little inspiring! Snapdragons of many colours.


Violets adorn this hanging basket too.



The bolt of blue seed mix meant sky blue Cornflowers and some random purple flowers. What are they? Can anyone tell me?



Lemon tree flowers, such a wonderful scent.



The Boronia keeps blooming. If you like the picture below, there is a whole post devoted to it here.



Gazanias, four red ones, unfold each day.



And my favourite ... tomato flowers!!!!


9 comments:

Chris said...

It could just be lack of coffee, but when I saw the title of your entry - Bloom Day in Spring - I thought I had followed a wrong link. "But it's Autumn!" I thought. Then I remembered the whole planet thing. Ah, to skip winter and snow and have it be spring again! May your tomatoes overfloweth this summer. For a totally inept balcony gardener, you have a lovely collection of blooms.

Helen said...

I agree with Chris: you might have to change the name of your blog. This looks pretty ept to me.

Hilery - Desert Greenhouse Guide said...

Tomato flowers are my favorite too! Just a little hint at the tastiness that is soon to follow!

Dan said...

Nice spring blooms! I should fallow suit with my fall blooms.

Mary Delle said...

It's just great to see spring in fall. Your little balcony really kicks ass. I love it.

prue said...

Chris - hehe it was all the overseas blogs that kept me going through winter, and all those wonderful tomato pictures!

Helen - I may have improved, but I am always learning. :)

Hilery - Tomato flowers are the best!!!

Dan - thanks, your Autumn flowers looked amazing too, eerily similar!

Mary - Spring is good, but just wait until summer - then the harvesting and flowery fun really begins

healingmagichands said...

Scent and color, your balcony must be a tiny eden for you. Enjoy your spring. We'll all be drooling over your summer flowers when we are enjoying winter. . .

Marie said...

It's great to see a spring garden in September. I look forward to watching your garden grow as my garden sleeps for the winter.

Nancy said...

Yep, you're getting pretty "ept" there! Great spring flowers!