garden | shades of red

Red Rose
Hedges

we also saw some bits of red at the new york botanical garden this weekend (i should really work there, already), including a lovely red rose. it's hard to believe thanksgiving is next week and how this year seems to be flying, or is it me? starting a new year means starting a new calendar and jen has a nice wrap-up of some beauties, which reminds me to get busy on ours.

xo, cindy

8 comments:

Bonbon Oiseau said...

these are so beautiful Cindy...a sad state of affairs that i haven't been back here in so long...it looks even lovelier than the way I left it! I hope you're well!!

painted fish studio said...

how wonderful that you are still seeing red! we seem to be in the greys and browns until snow falls...

Bella Sinclair said...

A rose that refuses to believe it is autumn. Glorious! I think the leaves are showing off just for you. :)

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Many people believe that patches of shade in their gardens are doomed to dullness, but that's not true at all. There are many plants that love to grow in a shade garden.Symphyandra grows in either sun or shade and also can handle very dry and hot weather without looking the least bit wilted. It is almost annual-like in its period of bloom - once it starts at the end of June. I have blossoms often right into September. It's an easy germinator and will reward you with lots of flowers with hardly any effort at all - what could be better?

fifth floor apartment said...

yes! yes! the second half of 2011 is going by at an insane rate. you're not a lone!

lovely shots as always :)

xo Alison

Line said...

yes time flies...gorgeous reds!!

Edgar Cabrera said...

i just love this photo!!!

L'Atelier said...

2012?! already? i dont think i am quite ready to it yet.. i do however really enjoy your photos. all the colours just gorgeous..will ponder over that- before bracing myself to the fact that a new year is round the corner... looking forward to seeing your calender though..