Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Some Blooms

These are the last of any blooms. I caught these over the weekend. They are all gone now except the first photo. The cold has come to our stretch of the gulf coast.

I love this double blooming azalea. This one blooms twice a year.





Have a bloomin good Wednesday.

15 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I love those red berries, I so miss my garden while in the UK. Diane

Darla said...

Yep, blooms are getting scarce around here too. Wonder if your Azalea is an Encore?

Marydon said...

Love your pics, Becca, you always capture things so prettily.

Hmmmm! A twice blooming azalea? I thought the ones of ours that did that were 'a fluke'. We, despite all these bitter 20s & 30s have a snapdragon that is hanging touch & a yellow petunia, too.

Have a lovely Christmas week ~
TTFN ~ Marydon

Patsy said...

Sad to see them go, just think spring.

Daisy said...

Lovely blooms, Becca. Everything is covered with snow here so these were pretty to look at. :)

Stephanie said...

Love those red berries a lot! Have a beautiful day.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Our blooms are definitely all gone up here. We have some Pansies ---but with the bitter cold temps this week, even they are struggling...

Love your late-blooming Azalea.
Hugs,
Betsy

Rosemary said...

So nice to see your bright blooms especially when all I can see is white.

AaronVFT said...

Everything still looking pretty! Have a wonderful day!

shannon i olson said...

it is so nice to see flowers, everything is buried under snow and won't be seen for months...however my orchid is blooming and my amaryllis is about to!! thanks again for your encouragement with the surgery!

Catsngrams said...

Oh flowers in winter I love them. We have no blooms here. But we do have sunshine which is different. we are at 49 degrees today. STRANGE. Have a great Holday Season.

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Very pretty berries, are they from Heavenly Bamboo? They make great Christmas decorations for people that live in warmer climates. Here, azeleas start to bloom next month(-: Thank you for finding the time to visit my blog and leave such a nice comment on my rocking horse post. Merry Christmas!

Heather said...

Hello Becca! It is so nice to meet you. Thank you for visiting my blog! I enjoyed visiting yours! Happy holidays!

Jessica said...

Funniest thing....walked outside this morning and a rose ( that never bloomed over the summer ) has a big beautiful pink bloom. Isn't digging in the dirt good for the soul?

Hugs to you, Jessica

D. Taylor said...

Very nice pictures. i love gardening. A good gardening website is http://www.ultimategreenthumb.com