Thursday, October 24, 2019

CHATHAM MANOR HOUSE - FLOWERS - PART 3

I thought you would enjoy a few flowers from the gardens at Chatham Manor House, starting off with the White Anemones.
The Hostas were very pretty lining this walkway.
By now the bees with be tucked away for the winter.  What does happen to the bees in our colder months?  I found a link for you with that information.
The following flower is Flame of the Woods, a species of West Indian Jasmine.
There was one small Water Lily blooming.
There were several Crepe Myrtles however.
There were a few Autumn Crocus visible.  
I am ending with another Anenome, a pink one this time.




26 comments:

  1. The anemones have to be my favorite, they are beautiful!!

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    1. I agree Ginny, they are such a pretty flower :)

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    1. You are very welcome EC, so glad you enjoyed :)

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    1. Obrigado e desejo-lhe um bom fim de semana :)

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  4. It's interesting to see jasmine and myrtle; reminders of warmer climates. Beautiful!

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    1. Hi Linda, now we are entering into our cooler months, I agree :) Thank you!

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  5. Piękne kwiaty, pszczoły to niezwykle, pożyteczne owady. Piękne fotografie.

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    1. Dziękuję Ci. Pszczoły są dla nas bardzo ważne i lubię pomagać im w ogrodzie :)

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  6. The last flower captured my heart. Thanks for sharing, Denise.

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  7. Beautiful flowers and photos Denise! I love the hostas. Wishing you a happy day!

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    1. Hello Eileen, thank you and I wish you the same :)

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  8. Hi Denise, lovely set fo flower images, thanks.

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  9. Thank you for this wonderful collection, D

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  10. your flowers made me happy today!

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  11. Gorgeous! Aren't there such blissful, seemingly never-ending, varieties of flowers in the world :D) xx

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  12. I never know the names of all the beautiful flowers, but I can never stop looking at pink and purple colors which are my faves. Hugs, RO

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    1. There are many I don't know the name of but it doesn't stop us enjoying them does it? Thanks RO, hugs back to you also :)

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