Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Cheery Pics

Such wonderful cheery flowers. I think they must be my most favourite, although it would be hard to have a particular favourite.

During my wander down the garden, look who is ambling up the garden.

Now I wonder where the ginger chap is?

I might have guessed.

Look at the lovely colour of the canna against the Red Leaved Caster Oil Plant.


Ex-Shammickite said...

Gorgeous colours. Both the cats and the flowers!

Joanna said...

They are lovely colours and your cat taking a walk down the path to get a cat nap in the shade made me smile, lovely pictures.
Your right the rose hips are just threaded on wire. It was hard to get the wire through so I used a large tapestry needle to help. Bent into shape and held in shape by the extra wire through the middle. Which I hid with the bow made from scrapes of material.

I hoping it will dry ok and have put one next to the rayburn. I'm a little worried gaps will apear and I should of dread the hips first.

RUTH said...

Great photos...I love that yellow canna...mine never made it through the winter though the orange and red ones are doing well. We've just had a hailstorm here!!!! and pouring with rain yet this morning was hot and sunny! 2 seasons in one day :o)

mrsnesbitt said...

They are indeed cheery pictures Libby!
So dull here too, cheered the room up no end!


PG said...

You still have gorgeous sunflowers! I love the burnt red ones best. Gingers always find the best spots...

Mark said...

You carnt beat sunflowers, great colours now as well and the good thing is they turn into natural bird feeders.
Glad to see you were checking your butt the other morning, I was on my way to work and was soaked.

Cheers Mark

Allotment Lady said...


Gill said...

Love the orange sunflower :-}

Gorgious pics

Yolanda Elizabet said...

And down the garden path Sassy walks. Great pic of both Sassy and your garden! Sunflowers are great, they make me smile everytime I see them.

farmingfriends said...

Your sunflowers are lovely and cheery. They are my favourite too.
Your cat strollling up the path is a lovely photograph and your garden is always a delight to observe.
Sara from farmingfriends