Fall bloomers, and no I’m not talking about your grandma’s old fashioned undergarments. Flowers! Beautiful late fall flowers!
The featured photograph above and the pink double flower below are the gorgeous Azaleas. Being from the north originally, we are used to seeing these beauties only blooming once during the season. However, down here in the wonderful warm south, they seem to bloom longer and multiple times. And even though it is late in the season, they don’t seem any less vibrant.
The other flowers of multiple colors of pink, purple, and red are Zinnias. These are one of my wife’s favorites. We didn’t get these planted very early in the spring, but now that it has cooled down, they have really taken off. And like the Azaleas, they are still very vibrant and bold in color.
Over the next few days of this weekend, as I mentioned before, we will be moving about 2 miles down the road. I will most definitely miss the backyard here, the small moss covered pond, and the variety of trees and birds that they held. But our new place has a much larger pond and 56 acres of various trees and wildlife. We were told that this past spring there were ducks and geese that stayed and actually hatched babies on the pond. I can only imagine some of the pictures we will be able to get while we are there.
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