Loving and Learning About Flowers in My Zone 8-8b Gardens. (with a family photo from time to time) LIFE BEGAN IN A GARDEN...
It was worth it.
Header Challenge this afternoon...theme will be trees.
Today I am Thankful for blogging friends and the little games we play.
You see at the bottom of my post where is says posted at 3:46 a.m.? How do I change that?
Can't say that I blame you. Why have them if you can't see their pretty faces?!If you go to your settings, somewhere in there should be a time setting. They are usually set to GMT, Greenwich Mean Time. I know that in Wordpress it can be changed to EST. Good luck!
mine haven't started blooming yet...very pretty...
Those are very nice...a good array of colors
What a worthwhile stroll through your gorgeous 4 O'Clocks. I never knew there were yellow ones...or are my eyes teasing me. Thanks for sharing.Have as gorgeous of a day
I like the rosey colored ones the best. In Atlanta, mine always bloomed around 9 p.m. I reckon they are just easily confused.
Early morning is the best time to be outdoors! No mosquitoes and it's still cool. Aren't they good for getting rid of Japanese beetles?
My absolute favorite smelling flower of all time!s
Aren't those pretty. Love that creamy color. I absolutely must remember to try growing some four o'clocks next year. I know they do well here because Mom and Dad remember growing them years ago.Marnie
Love 4 o'clocks! The fragrant ones are outstanding.
They ares so lovely Darla. I like the splashy or rippled color ones so much. I have a couple that are still small yet from seeds so mine will be awhile yet.What a beautiful start of a day to visit the beds of flowers.
I enjoyed walking through your four o'clocks. I have the pink ones and they bloom in the early part of the morning for me as well. Sometimes they open again around 8PM. Love all your different colors.
Darla, they certainly worth of getting up so early! Now, I am asking myself why don't I have them in my garden?
Beautiful 4 O'clocks. They are such beautiful colors.
2.1/2 hours late Darla.lolBeautiful post.
Darla, I've seen that time thing wrong on mine, too. Gorgeous flowers in this post and the one before this. We never had yellow FOUR O'CLOCKS! loved the pink Hollyhocks! We always had those at home when I was a child (back in the dark ages). Praying that your Dad and daughter will be alright.
4 o'clocks are great. Mine come up on their own and fill in after the love-in-a-mist and bachelor buttons are done. Love your photos.
I've not grown 4 O'clocks in sometime, I will just come look at yours! Beautiful colors.
Definitely worth it! They are gorgeous!
You asked where I am and which zone -- central NC, zone 7b.
Darla: Love the morning flowers, can't wait to see your trees.
I don't think I've ever seen 4 o'clocks before. They are really pretty. Definitely worth getting up early for!
My cousin has these in her yard on the other side of Florida (she is on the west coast), but I have never seen hers when they have been in bloom! They sure are sweet! I like the kinda stripey ones best!
Hi Darla,Just popping in on header challenge day, I'll try to come back if I can since you haven't posted it yet - your post is great though :-)To answer your question - just go into "edit posts" and down at the bottom you can change the time on the post. If it's always showing an incorrect time you have to go into your settings to change the posting time to your time zone. Hope This helps.
I think those beautiful flowers are worth getting out for. I try to get out early in the morning to see our flowers as well.
Hi Darla~~ Well, they sure are lovely, if not unpredictable. :)I was thinking your computer's clock might be set to a different time zone, maybe? Hopefully Martha's advice will fix it.
Wow you have a wonderful variety of colors. I think I finally got rid of all of mine. They were taking over. But I guarantee I'll find a few seedlings popping up if I go look today. ;)
Those are pretty blooms. The display of colors are great. Wonderful shot! Thank you for sharing.
Invasive. Really? didn't know that. Maybe it's just in your area. We don't seem to have that many around here.Love that last picture.
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