Sunday, September 5, 2010

Today's Flower and a reminder about my blog giveaway

These are not my flowers, but how I wish they were.  I love how the colours inter mingle and compliment one another.  These flowers were at Blue Mountain which we visited the other day.  I took more photos, which you can see on this post.



To see more of the Today's Flower posts please click on the link.

I also wanted to remind you of my first ever blog giveaway.  To enter you must leave a comment on this post.  The deadline is fast approaching before the contest closes!!!

12 comments:

LizBeth said...

How did you ever come to know so much about flowers? I love to look at them, but the thought of actually doing something to grow them never occurred to me. Then I married a gardener! I'm glad he likes to play in the dirt. We had an arrangement from the time we were engaged; he would take care of the outside, and the inside was all mine. It's a good thing!

Liz, The Republic

lazyclick said...

Very lovely flowers.

Xavi said...

Bonitas composiciones con flores!!

Carletta said...

I'm pretty sure the flowers are called Million Bells. They are lovely!
It amazes me how little towns can have such lush flowers and mine at home aren't nearly as pretty and full.

Karine said...

They're definitely lovely flowers! It takes a lot of very consistent watering to get them that way though!

msdewberry said...

I often wish my flower baskets and containers could look like the ones I see around town and in the nurseries. Even fertilizing them regularily and they don't!!
Very pretty flowers photos!!

Lui said...

Hi Gill! Those flowers at BlueMountain looks pretty. And you seem so pretty busy with the renovation (which looks great!) and now a giveaway! What will you think of next? ;-)

Denise said...

Those are lovely flowers Gill. I often wish that the ones I see in the towns I visit were in my own garden. Thanks for sharing and have a great week.
An English Girl Rambles

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I see these beautiful hanging baskets in many towns and wonder just how they manage to get them to be so lovely--The only thing I can think of is that these plants just thrive on neglect! :-)

Regina said...

Love the hanging one. Beautiful captures Gill. Thank you for sharing.
Happy new week.
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(¸.•´ (¸.•` ¤ Regina

John said...

Hi Gill, If you've been reading my blog you may have noted that i am posting a regular flower from the region - sometimes from our own garden, other times from other gardens and some are wildflowers!

Ciao!

Viola said...

Yes I would also my flowers would look like those! :) I don't have any myself by the way.. :))