September blooms and blooms…

change is in the air…

September T Blooms (5)

 hot summer temperatures are trying to loosen their grip on us here in Northern Virginia which will be a welcome change in my book…

September T Blooms Abut summer is not quite over yet…

September T Blooms (4)

I picked a handful of what’s blooming to play with out on our back porch using some of the old found bottles we’ve collected…

September T Blooms (3)here’s wishing you a very Happy T day

36 responses to “September blooms and blooms…

  1. Beautiful images as always. It is so lovely to see the gardens still in bloom.

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  2. A big happy Tuesday to you to and the Mr of course. Beautiful photos, I love the sun shining on your table with th 2 roses sitting there, brilliant, I also feel the love you send with the gorgeous flowers in the old jars they look fabulous infront of the bird house. Well my dear my DS in landing today from England for 2 weeks YIPEE, so I won’t be around much, but you know your always in my thoughts, see you when I can, (((( BIG HUGS ))))…

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  3. Your garden continues to offer you beautiful gifts and I so like the display of the pretty blooms in the found bottles.
    The sun shines here but little heat is to be found in the sun. A most definite nip in the air.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  4. It is always so nice to stop by your place for a beauty break, especially on T days… such beauty in your garden dear Patty. Your vignettes are gorgeous! Happy T day back to you! xox

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  5. Love the gorgeous bottle vases, you have such an eye for taking beautiful photos! Happy T day to you too!! xoxo

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  6. OK, what I want to know is does it always look that beautiful? I mean, are you like me and when you’re taking a picture on the window sill you move off all the crap that accumulated there, neatly rearrange beautiful things (like that fabulous arrangement — love the vases!), shoot a photo and then slowly but surely all the junk ends up there as the flowers drop one by one? I’m just asking because when I look at the beautiful pix in this post, I get a serious inferiority complex! (Just teasing — a little… I have a feeling it’s like that all the time!)

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  7. You have such artistic flair Patty! I love your arrangements & photos! xxx

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  8. Beautiful post. I love all the bottles and I think I have a blue cup just like that.
    Happy Tuesday !

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  9. Beautiful blooms!!! Love the photos!! Happy Tuesday to you too Patty 🙂 ~Sophia

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  10. your flowers are beautiful, and you arrange them so well. i like that sun decoration standing behind the flowers. my daughter would find the perfect spot for that 🙂

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  11. Lovely arrangement! Late summer really is becoming early fall so quickly.
    Rinda

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  12. I consider this as a great creative art.
    Your mind is great in its thoughts and ideas.
    Appreciable and laudable work. Keep good work going on and continue..
    All the best and Good Luck.
    God bless you.
    My blessings to you.
    Regards
    Uma Maheswar

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  13. We had humidity last week that left us drenched and drained. Now the heat is full on again. Can’t even handle the steering wheel when getting out of school at 3:00 p.m. Your blooms are lovely. Have a great rest of the week. tammy

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  14. Beautiful photos and flowers. While the cooler temperatures are welcome here, too, it is always fun to stretch summer a little longer. All of our flowers are finally starting to bloom.

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  15. So pretty! I thought fall was here until today- because it is hotter than Florida right now!! 🙂

    Sandy xox

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  16. Beautiful photos–thanks for sharing. Happy T Day!

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  17. WOW, these are soooo pretty!! I would love your garden so much. Sadly it is time for a cooler change, I like it except for losing the flower part. I love the way you played with flowers and bottles for us today, beautiful!

    I found those little squares/twinchies like yours, will email you a picture of mine or show them next week for T time.

    Happy T time Tuesday!

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  18. You certainly have warmer weather than I doo, my dear Patty,… and so many different flowers left,still…they looks so pretty in your collected bottles, and and leaves me with the feeling of summer still there with you.
    Well here ,too,-but not so warm and not with quit so many beautiful things still blooming in the garden.
    Sending you a warm and long armed hug –
    xx- Dorthe

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  19. I love individual flowers in individual bottles such a striking display!
    Happy T today
    ~Dawn

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  20. So very pretty Patty. You definitely have an eye for compositions. Lovely photos!
    Sandy

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  21. Your back porch looks like the perfect spot to sit and have a cuppa. I love the flowers in the various old glass bottles.

    Darla

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  22. I love old bottles, and the last flowers of summer are beautiful! happy Tuesday!

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  23. these flowers look beautiful. Now I wish summer would last and that blue cup is gorgeous.

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  24. Love the way you have displayed your last flowers of summer and your metal sunflower is gorgeous!

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  25. Your flowers are gorgeous! Yes; summer is still nudging us. Tomorrow is expected to be in the 90’s – yikes! I look forward to the cool front on Thursday 🙂 xxoo Marilyn

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  26. A few old bottles, some lined with rust or clouded from age, a few flowers and grasses from the garden, a few shells from the seaside, and a beautiful blue cup! What better vignette for T today!! Stunning and jaw dropping. I’m not often speechless, but I am over this post!!!

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  27. It is much cooler in the UK too, though we had some sunshine today. I love your porch arrangement.

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  28. I just saw your comment on the pokeberry. Looks like I might have something ELSE to add to my dyeing frenzy one of these days. Thanks for the heads up.

    Also, I just learned LAST NIGHT about the Mexican Sage. It’s supposed to be an ornamental. Color me super surprised!! I was going to use it in those sage thingys you burn. Smudge something or other. I think you know what I mean.

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  29. Just look at all your beautiful flowers! My flowers are looking really pathetic. Glad I could enjoy your bounty. 🙂
    Happy Tuesday!

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  30. I want every last bit of summer I can get and your post is such a pretty reminder, bud vases and shells, what summer is made of! The cooler temps will be in my neck of the woods soon enough!

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  31. Beautiful your last summer greetings, dear Patty.Thanks for sharing, it warms my heart here in the dark rainy germany.
    Big hugs Anja

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  32. Great idea! You remember when I bought the metal box with 60 old bottles in it? At Round Top!!! Love those old bottles!

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  33. lovely bottle collection – and shown off so perfectly all in a row with a bloom in each one – a sweet display of summer’s last breaths 🙂

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  34. oh what pure delight to have these glimpses into your gorgeous settings dear Patty. Your vases of single flowers in your vignette with the sun, birdhouse and findings is so very pretty!

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  35. It has been a sweltering summer, Patty. We’re not accustomed to humidity, but for a few weeks, yet it has had a strangle hold on the desert along with 100+ temps. I enjoyed seeing your lovely flowers, which always refresh me. Hoping your enjoy cooler weather soon!
    xoxo
    Karen

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  36. beautiful photos dear patty,love the bloom garden and the water on the sea,here in germany its very cold,but the sun is shining,i love the fall always.
    your juornal pages its amazing,love the soft colors and the tags with in.
    wish you a nice weekend ,dear patty.

    greetings jeannette

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