Sunday, October 28, 2018

Rust in the Garden

There is beginning to be a lot of rust in the garden.



33 comments:

  1. That's a very pretty combination of plants. The rusts, peaches, and oranges (and greens) of this season are so pleasant to the eye.

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    1. Yes, I love it when the garden is fading into winter.

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  2. Much more attractive here than on a car 😉

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  3. That's a good kind of rust! I thought you were speaking of the horrid stuff that covers my rose foliage when I saw the title of your post.

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  4. When I saw the title, I thought it was rust like I had on my hollyhocks. :<)) Yours is much prettier.

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    1. Yes, I have to deal with that Hollyhock rust too. That wasn't where my mind was this time. It was on that pretty rust. :)

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  5. And doesn't it look lovely Lisa.
    Nature creates some beautiful artwork.

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    1. Yes, nature does work magic in the garden. I have taken a picture of this area many times lately trying to capture the golden yellow of the Soloman's Seal. It is so pretty during its fall demise. I couldn't ever get the picture I wanted until it was all rusty looking.

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    2. I struggle with yellow flowers and my camera.
      They never seem to be true.
      It is a lovely image Lisa, I love rust at this time of year :)

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  6. Beautiful, Lisa! Hoping you and yours are doing well!!!
    Love ya...Julie

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    1. Hi Julie, So good to see you here. I hope you and yours are doing well. We are all happy and healthy. Love you too!

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  7. Lovely autumn colors in your beautiful garden! Xox

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka, (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. attractive colors of your plants.
    have a great day

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  9. Yes there is - I love rust colors. Your garden is lovely Lisa. Hugs!

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  10. Hi Lisa what a beautiful combination of plants.
    I wanted to know what they are.
    Thank you for your presence in the house.
    Good entry for the month of November.

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    1. The big shrub is Strawberry Vanilla Hydrangea, the yellow is Soloman's Seal and there is a Columbine there in the front.
      Good to see you out and about.

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  11. Such lovely autumn colours in your garden.
    Beautiful :)

    All the best Jan

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  12. Unusual colors in the garden for me!

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  13. As always the autumnal garden looks rusty, Lisa. Love your hydrangea!

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  14. What great fall color. Ours is just starting. Hopefully the weather will cooperate and we will get to enjoy it for a while.

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    1. The rain and cool air is making my garden bow down now.

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  15. Solomon Seal has good fall color, it deserves more recognition for that.

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  16. Beautiful color combination! Fall colors have just started showing in the past few days in my garden. This is definitely one of my favorite times of the year.

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