Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Some of the last flowers blooming before the final killer frost

As I have mentioned several times before, we have a lovely garden.

But I am always finding interesting plants along our neighbors' fence.

These bright red-orange flowers looked like this about a week or so ago. I don't know what they are called. If anyone can tell me what their name is in English, Latin or Swedish, I would be very grateful. According to Jakill from Jean's Musings, these flowers are nasturtiums. (Thank you so much for taking the time to tell me! Best wishes from Anna on October 14th 2009)

Yes they were this bright! I will miss the lovely greens and bright reds, oranges and pinks of spring and summer.

On the other hand, I can make jewellery as cheery as summer-flowers all fall and winter.

Please come visit again and see!

9 Comments:

PJ said...

very pretty flowers! don't know what they are, maybe some kind of poppy? just guessing here. i love the bright necklace, it certainly is summery! have a great day...hugz!

Edna / HandmadeDiva said...

Beautiful flowers, and beautiful white picket fence. I don't know the name.

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jakill said...

Your lovely flowers are definitely nasturtiums.

Dorothy L said...

What very delightful and pretty photos. I love the colors and the clarity you have captured.
Thank you so much for the eye candy :)

Stacie's Madness said...

all of it is so lovely!

Shelly said...

Lovely flowers and I really like the colors you used on the neclace. Heading over to etsy to check out more of your stuff:)

PJ said...

i sent off your samples yesterday. i was very surprised that the shipping was so low. i hope you like them. have a wonderful day...hugz!

Karen said...

Oh! Those are so pretty. I spent today pulling out the remainder of my flowers so they will re-seed for next year.

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