Worry is like a rocking chair, it's gives you something to do but gets you nowhere!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Goodbye Hello
Goodbye
Hello
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Today I am Thankful for new things to come!

20 comments:

tina said...

A true garden this time of the year. Darla, if you get a chance email me. I know you've emailed me before but I don't seem to have your address. I'd love to send you some yellow mums if you would like. I warn you though-they get large and spread fast!

Twisted Fencepost said...

Yep, all that dead and dying stuff looks all too familiar.
My snowball bush....sad, sad, sad.
But...we have spring to look forward to.

GardenJoy4Me said...

Darla girl this was cute : )
You would FREAK out if you saw my garden right now .. in fact .. I think you will hear me screaming when I finally get out there and try to bring order to utter chaos ? haha
Joy : )

George said...

It definitely is that time of year, and I find it sad even if I know Spring will come again.

Susie said...

Oh yes, they'll be back. Hopefully bringing more brothers and sisters with them.

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

The cycle of a garden.

Lois said...

Great post Darla! Yes Godby will be in the parade tomorrow. I'm taking the kids and we are really looking forward to it. The weather should be nice too.

Dani said...

Yep, it's that time of year for us.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Hi Darla. Some of your plants did get hit hard didn't they?
Football mums are very large pompom (4") flowered mums. They would have to be staked but I have to hoop mine anyway to keep them upright. Back in the day (Stone age LOL) they were worn as corsages to Homecoming games and such. You only needed one for a corsage.LOL!

Patsy said...

My mums are fadnig away. So sad our flowers have to go.

Floridagirl said...

Those garden goodbyes are always so sad, aren't they? But the "hellos" make up for it! And what are those little seedlings coming up?

perennialgardener said...

Yep that is what this time of the year looks like in the garden. :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Yes--it is sad to see Fall end --and winter begin. Even in North Florida, you do get some of that cold weather.... I'm sorry you lost some beauties --but glad to see new growth.... Praise God...
Hugs,
Betsy

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Darla,
I was shocked to see you had had freezing temps this early in the season.

That's a pretty snapdragon. They do so well here, I'm thinking I need to plant more.

Karen said...

So hard to say goodbye to the flowers, isn't it? What a lovely, bittersweet post. Before we know it, spring will be here.

Noelle said...

Hello Darla,

I love how your photos illustrate the changes of the season in the garden. I have not had frost yet, but will in a few weeks. I am excited about new seedlings coming up, including the Asclepias you sent me earlier this year :-)

Grace Peterson said...

Darla Dear, Does this mean you had a frost? I love the looks of that bulb foliage! Spring, please hurry up!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

Looks like it's been colder there than here. I'm already looking forward to spring and all the new flowers to come.

Desert Dweller said...

Wow...your first frost the same day as ours' at 5700' elevation - that was a strong cold front, for sure.

But it's all good! - now is the time for the bones of our gardens to shine until spring!

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