Thursday in the Garden

 The Buttercup, still blooming up a storm.

 The pink Angel Trumpet. We rooted the yellow one.


 The Pineapple Sage. Hummingbirds and Butterflies love it.

 Purple Heart.

Several of our friends were surprised that we have orchids growing wild in Mississippi so we thoughts we would tell you. "Wild orchids are some of Mississippi's rarest and most beautiful wildflowers, but they are dependent upon a certain fungus in the soil to grow and are seldom transplanted with success".You can read more about all the pretty flowers we has growing wild in Mississippi here.

Enjoy more gardens at Jonesie's place.

10 comments:

  1. Well we love them all BUT the Pink Angel trumpet is extra awesome!

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  2. Wow!! What beautiful flowers and plants!! They are just precious and great for the insects and birds too! Thanks for sharing these beautiful pics!! Yay for wild orchids! Take care
    x

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  3. Jonesie here!

    This is why I just love our club...you still have beautiful flowers growing in your garden and we ALL get to see them.

    purrrr.....

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  4. The wild orchids are beautiful. Our angel trumpet rooting seems to be doing well. But the pot from the original plant looks pretty bleak. We have put it in the garage today because she are expecting a freeze or at least a frost overnight.

    So nice that you still have so many flowers still blooming.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  5. Wow your garden is still looking so amazing. Up here is it getting cold and the plants are turning brown so it is nice to see pretty flowers blooming still!

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  6. What great pikhs!

    We really appreciate you sharing them!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra and The Golden Khousins
    PeeEssWoo: Hi Fenris!

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  7. Ooh, those are ALL lovely. We like the pink trumpet best.

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  8. WOW!! It is so nice to see those lovely flowers in October!!!
    We had some frost last week and now a bunch of things are brown,heehee
    We like to look at your flowers :)
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie

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  9. Your flowers are so pretty!
    We have two citrus trees for pollination--You can use blossom set but it's nicer to have another tree, we think.
    Do your deciduous trees go completely bare in winter?

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