garden : from seed to blossom



magnolia seed pods & bloom



wisteria seed pods & blooms

scott worked late last night and i was in a bit of trouble when he got home at 9:30 pm because i was still on the computer. i didn't plan on posting today and i'm kind of grounded, but some recent film photos from wave hill were neat. i've never noticed magnolia or wisteria seed pods until recently. the before and afters are interesting. the wisteria seed pods are a bit weird and perfect for halloween. the blooms were from this past spring.

ok, that's all for me. it's lovely outside and i better get out there and think of something to make for dinner with jamie oliver's help. have a nice weekend, again!

xo, cindy

19 comments:

please sir said...

Oh sounds wonderful and love your photographs - good luck with dinner!

**WE BLOG ARTISTS** said...

I never knew the posd looked like that either!
Thanks for sharing...I'm all the wiser now.
Oh, a bit of Jaime...yes, I'd like that too*smile*
My husband is picking up Sushi...lovely treat!
Have a great weekend!
Char.

Grace@PoeticHome said...

The pods would be perfect for Halloween!

It's so easy to get sucked into the computer when your significant other is not home. Hopefully, you will get to spend some great time with him this weekend, even if you are slightly grounded :)

6p01127964c54a28a4 said...

Love the photos! Tulip magnolias are my favorite. Hope you aren't grounded the entire weekend :)

Candi said...

I guess I'm 6p01127......?

Just to clarify, it's your favorite nieces- Candi, and Lucille McGillcutty :)

lotta said...

I don't think I have ever thought about how the wisteria seed pods look, probably because I don't have wisteria in my garden. They do look a bit odd... Thanks for the photos, and I hope the dinner made up four your online misbehavior.

Line said...

have a lovely dinner with Jamie, It should be delicious, lovely photos all I like!!

blue moss said...

lovely lovely photos
have the best weekend
michelle

My name is PJ. said...

Enjoyed the pics, but I'm guessing a dinner from Jamie Oliver's cookbooks (of which my husband owns all) will be even better! Yummmmmmmmmmm

aimee said...

i would have been FULLY grounded had i been in your household! i was on the computer until 1 am. i'm glad you got to squeeze in a post today.

Bella Sinclair said...

Amazing photos. Magnolias are among my favorites. And oh! Your flower collage is gorgeous! Very colorful and joyful. Hope you're having a great weekend. :)

simplesong said...

LOVE the second photo! hope you had a great weekend!

Nicole Tereza said...

Have been dying to check out Wave Hill for years - just can't seem to make it up there! Maybe I'll try when the leaves are turning...

Line said...

Hello Cindy I have a photo theme on my blog this week, It would be great if you could be a part of it, more on my blog, happy week!!

Joyce said...

Hi Cindy, I hope Jamie was a big help for dinner. Did you take any photos? Love the 2nd photo here. Enjoy my friend. xoxo

the southern hostess said...

Great photos!

wild child said...

Oh my goodness, I just love magnolia! And wisteria is something of a mystery here in California - at least where I live. Wisteria mysteria. Sorry - couldn't help it :) I hope you had a great weekend! And phooey on being grounded!

Meg xoxo

darling savage said...

wonderful photos!

Fifi Flowers said...

GORGEOUS photos! LOVE Wisteria and it smells soooo good!!!