From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
One last sunflower tribute for the season.
Copyright 2013, Lori Fontanes
back-to-nature, flowers, gardening, home, living in suburbia, nature, organic gardening, outdoors, photography, seasons
October 9, 2013
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Beautiful tribute! 😀
Aaaw, I posted a very similar photo on Instagram. Savor that last gorgeous bud. 🙂
With sunflowers, there’s more than enough beauty to go around!
Oh boy..those are some beautiful pics, I must say!!!..Very creative and inspiring…:-)
Thanks! We miss them already!
I she’d a single tear each year, as I say goodbye to my god friend summer then smile as I welcome the season of harvest. No time for despair no time to spare, autumn is here.
See, I did a poem based on your pictures.
I give all the credit to the flowers! Thx for the reblog!
T’is the very least I can do.
Reblogged this on Echoshadow.
Indeed, fall is in the air.
We weren’t sure this Rose of Sharon would thrive in the NY climate (in LA they seemed to do very well) but I really wanted it, so tried anyway. First year, it needed a little extra love but this spring– after good mulching and two years of organic gardening, it just took off. Fingers crossed, we’ve got a keeper.
it looks very healthy 🙂
Annuals always do…right before they crumble! 😉
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