Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Blooming Gold

Blooming gold Zinnia.


Blooming gold Dahlia.

These were planted in the spring and died back during the hot summer and now are bloomin again. Love those flowers that bloom more than once.

Have a great day.

13 comments:

Far Side of Fifty said...

Love your Fall blooms..they look so cheerful, green and warm! :)

Darla said...

I have these Zinnias and they are the best...don't forget to gather the seeds from them...I do hope this finds you and your family doing well Becca.

bennie and patsy said...

They look like fall. Happy colors
Patsy

RainGardener said...

Very pretty. Zinnias are a flower I've never had before but think I will be getting some for next year.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

That pretty zinnia sure fits into fall. Very pretty. Love the dahlia too.

Miss Daisy said...

How fun! When I planted Snapdragons, they sort of went away in the hot summer heat, but in the cooler weather really blossom again. It's great that you've still got some good blooms going right now.

Joanne said...

What a good name for a post. Lovely flowers too.

blushing rose said...

Oh, they are so lovely! How wonderful they are blooming now.

We are getting hunkered down for the nor'easter that is nearly here ... 5 nasty days ahead.

Have a wonderful autumn day. TTFN ~Marydon

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Those plants got a second chance with cooler weather, thanking you for not discarding them! Dahlia is very, very lovely!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

They are both really pretty. It's so nice when such pretty plants re bloom.

Daisy said...

Beautiful flowers, Becca! What a treasure they are when they bloom more than once!

Carla said...

What beautiful colors! Have fun on your vacation, and soaking up love from your grands!!

Jennifer said...

Beautiful colors and they do remind me of fall. If you like orange flowers, I planted some calendula this year. I loved them, they required almost no care and bloomed all summer long. They still have blooms even after a frost the other night that killed my luffas and some other plants!