Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Bloomin Tuesday- Yellows and Reds

Does your garden  have hints of fall coming?
Frosty Morn sedum flowers
Black eyed Susans always make me think autumn.........

Cherry Tomatoes -bushes are loaded with these bright red fruits more than one can eat...  will share!

Beefsteak Tomatoes just starting to ripen, even tho watered the dry summer has affected their size.
The taste is still fantastic.

 Sunflowers putting on a good show..

Holly has red berries showing!

The bright red and yellow   colours, the  tomatoes ripening,  the reddening of the holly berries , flowers on the sedums,  all signal that too soon summer is coming to an end......
Are you seeing signs?


10 comments:

Roan said...

I'm starting to see signs of fall. I love the fall weather and colors, but dread the coming winter. The sunflowers are gorgeous.

Darla said...

I am ready for fall myself.....

perennialgardener said...

Some signs yes, and I'm ready for fall to get here already. :)

Beth said...

Rosemary, Love your holly and your sunflowers. Great to have tomatoes in the garden too! I enjoyed my visit to your garden today, Rosemary.
Beth

Rosanne said...

I'm trying to avoid the signs of fall, lol!

Karen said...

Yes, we're seeing signs here, too. I'm not ready for fall yet, though. It seems like summer just got here. Love your flowers, the holly is new to me, how pretty!

Cally said...

I hadn't heard of Bloomin' Tuesday before, but I spent my Tuesday updating my pictures for yesterdays Garden Blogger's Bloom Day. I had too many so I picked a colour theme. Now I'm out enjoying everyone else's other colours. Yours are looking good.

Jean said...

Rosemary,Nice post! Now that we have had a cool down it even feels a little like fall, my favorite time of year. i'm seeing signs too that I'll be posting soon. Jean

NO REASON NEEDED said...

We waited so long for summer to come. It's too soon to let it go.

Jennifer@threedogsinagarden said...

Rosemary, I do notice that the garden seems to be heading into fall mode. My sedums will soon be in flower and that says to me that fall is here.