My contribution to this weeks Fences Around the World is from Meadowlark Gardens. It is a favorite place of ours for a walk, as I've mentioned many times in other posts.
I took these photos near the visitor center. There is a patio area on one side.
A lovely place to rest after walking up the hill from the lake area.
There are lots of flowers and plants on the patio, not only in the flower beds leading up to it, but in large planters and...
also hanging on a trellis fence.
There were still many flowers blooming, but temperatures will be dropping soon (today's visit to the garden was on October 2nd, 2018).
I see the English Ivy trailing over the planter above. Do you know what that yellow bloom is? The others I am not sure about either.
This is the Common coleus, also known as Painted Nettle.
If you would like to see other fences, or join in with your own, you can go here. Thank you for hosting Gosia!
And thank you for visiting everyone.
Have a great weekend!
Such pretty gardens!ReplyDelete
Thank you Lady Fi :)Delete
That is such a gorgeous garden, Denise. I would love to go there some day....ReplyDelete
That would be lovely for you to see it Kay :)Delete
Lovely images! That is a very attractive coleus.ReplyDelete
Thank you Linda, I thought so too.Delete
Love the gardens - and the fences.ReplyDelete
So glad EC :)Delete
Second picture made me wish I was there, basking in sunlight and warmth. Yes, wishful thinking.ReplyDelete
I wish you were too Valerie, I would be right there with you :)Delete
Um belo jardim, gostei de ver e aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Obrigado e gostaria de lhe desejar uma boa semana também.Delete
The patio area looks so inviting.ReplyDelete
I think so too Linda :)Delete
I love what they did to the trellis. really beautiful and I would like to spend some time in the rocking chair.ReplyDelete
I agree Sandra, it's a real pretty one :) I have seen lots of people sitting in that rocking chair but not that day.Delete
A beautiful area to rest in. I had Coleus plants for many years, but didn't know they are also called Painted Nettle.ReplyDelete
Hi Ginny, I had heard of Painted Nettle but didn't realize it was that :)Delete
What a pleasure to be with you in these surroundings, DReplyDelete
Feel the same way Cloudia, it is lovely to share it with you all :)Delete
These beautiful fences add so much to the landscape.ReplyDelete
I agree Christine :)Delete
Thank you William :)Delete
I can see why it's one of your favorites.ReplyDelete
Thank you Ellen :)Delete
Thank you Agnes :)Delete
Hello Denise, it looks like a beautiful place to visit. The flowers and plants are beautiful. Enjoy your day and weekend!ReplyDelete
Hi Eileen, thank you and you too :)Delete
Looks like a lovely area of the gardens,ReplyDelete
Thank you Diane, it is a nice ending to our walk :)Delete
The hanging baskets on the gate are so neat. I love to see coleus.ReplyDelete
Hi Sallie, I like those too :) and I was really taken with the coleus.Delete
What a beautiful place to enjoy the day!ReplyDelete
It certainly is Rose. I have even been there in the snow and it's just gorgeous! You just have to watch your step a bit more.Delete
the perfect place for you and the camera, your pictures are beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Debbie :)Delete
I like both the gardens, and the fences.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Thank you Jan, all the best to you too :)Delete