In a recent post I took you to Southern Exposure herb farm for a look at the gardens. For those who didn't see it, that post was loaded with color, as the gardens were in full form. Fabulous orange pumpkins, flower-filled fountains, beautiful arrangements and of course, our Pail of Plenty project, so if you didn't catch it before, take a look! (And thanks, Thought of Home on Thursday, for featuring that post this week!)
Here are a few more photos -- focusing on the wonderful pinks and reds.
The hydrangeas are always favorites.
I loved seeing the frail, beautiful petals and skeleton leaves.
Pale pink roses in a bird bath.
The fountains weren't without their beautiful arrangements, either.
I loved the mix of hot pinks and oranges.
There's something about this color combo I can't resist!
Pumpkins everywhere, set off by red petunias.
The nasturtiums had plenty of red to share.
And of course the trees were in full color.
Glorious flowering kale.
The pale pinks and burgundy of the grasses.
And the last roses of summer.
This post is linked with several blog parties this week including Share Your Cup, Thoughts of Home on Thursday and Pink Saturday. Please check out all the wonderful links for great ideas on decorating, cooking, crafts and lots of eye candy!
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