Floral Friday Flashback (Fall Flowers)

Some plants look the same all year, especially the tropicals that live in the Green House in the Winter, the Butterfly Plant is one of them.

The Sky plant is another.

The Cuphea on the other hand is planted in a flower bed and it dies back in the winter and comes back every Spring.

We bet you can't guess how the Butterfly Plant got it's name.

The Candle Bush is another Tropical, but it can survive our winters, or rather it reseeds itself. Mommy keeps one in the green house though.

We have no clue what Mommy was taking a picture of here, we suspect she was trying to get a picture of a Hummingbird.

We also have Goldenrod that grows wild.


Ginger Lilies, they smell awesome.

And our Cypress we love the way it's leaves change colors and look it has a little nut on it. ~ATCAD




9 comments:

Lone Star Cats said...

Hummingbirds are tuff to photograph since they're so fast!

Sheltie Times said...

Just looking at the golden rod made Mom sneeze. It used to be her brother's annual spring chore to chop down the golden weed so grandma and the girls could breath.

Eastside Cats said...

I bet your garden attracts lots of bees, birds, butterflies, and everything else!

Crystal And Daisy Mae said...

Great looking pictures. Sadly I have no pictures to share yet but as soon as we get some, we'll join you for floral Friday.

Savannah's Paw Tracks said...

your garden is always so very pretty. We are gonna get our garden going in our home this summer...finally!

Bionic Basil said...

Beautiful pictures guys, stunning flowers and we love your garden, it's fabulous!

We wish we had hummingbirds here, they're so cute :)

Bestest purrs

Basil & Co xox

Millie and Walter said...

You sure found some pretty flowers to share with us.

The Gang at LLB said...

What a beautiful flashback! That Butterfly bush is very cool...the flowers look just like little purple butterflies!!
xoxo,
Jakey, Arty & Rosy

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

Loved seeing all your pretty flowers today:)