Jim (long-time hubby) and Lisa (me)
Andrea (youngest daughter) and Brianna (oldest daughter)
Preston (son-in-law) and Megan (middle daughter)
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Beautiful...I love those little bright red flowers! Have not seen any like that before!
Your flowers--and your photography--are absolutely perfect!
Only thing at my place are the little white wildflowers in a spray across the hill in the back yard. And a finally painted house waiting for the trim to be done, in between monsoon showers everyafternoon.
I have one lily left that hasn't opened yet and I am going to hate seeing the end of the Summer of the Lilies BUT my plumerias, especially the big one, are just gorgeous right now.
Debra: The red ones are pentas. This is my first summer with them, too. They're the replacement flowers for all those that BURNED TO A CRISP on my full-sun deck the first part of July.
Ann: I'd be thrilled to get a bit of those monsoon showers down our way. Yay for quick painting in between gushers.
Kc: Maybe every summer going forward will be a Summer of the Lillies! Plumeria is a super consolation, though. Love that scent!
Well, the only plants showing at my house are fruits/veggies. There are blooms on tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, and 1 bloom on the pumpkins. I can't keep a flower alive to save my life, but I do okay with produce.
We have Rose of Sharon in full bloom, Queen Anne's' lace that blends beautifully with some purple wildflowers, and rust-colored Mums just starting to come out that will bloom through the Fall.
You have beautiful flowers in your yard! I'm showing red snapdragons, blue bacheler buttons, zinnias and marigolds.
What lovely photos Lisa, thank you for bringing some summer into my life.
What is flowering at our house at the moment is daphne, lovely pink flowers with a beautiful smell.
Your flowers are lovely! I saw you at Pat's blog reading her NYC to Colorado! I am a Colorado native, raised in Pueblo living in the Denver metro area.Always looking for fellow natives here!I have been trying to grow some four o'clock's. My mother had them and I love them and they bloomed at my old house. I have some starters and I hope they will flourish! I am hoping I can get a few yellow and pink in the mix!Good to see you here. Have a wonderful week. Your blog is very fun!