Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wordless Wednesday - Transition

cornus kousa, flowering dogwood
Camellia sasanqua, Northern Lights 
Nandina
tricolor sedum
hardy garden mum

11 comments:

Stratoz said...

lovely plants, may they thrive and bring you joy

Donna said...

summer moving to fall soon...too soon..

Stacy said...

I love those moments when a plant is on the verge of a new phase of its life--they feel like a rite of passage.

Dianne - Bunny Trails said...

These are all quite beautiful. I love photographing flowers and buds and leaves and such things. You've captured these nicely.

Karin / Southern Meadows said...

Ah the promises of blooms and fruit. Lovely!

Daricia, A Charlotte Garden said...

looks like your plants are a hair ahead of mine. the nandina berries are still green here. just noticed buds on my yuletide camellia for the first time this morning and a helen mum is starting to bloom. i always feel a little sad about summer wrapping up...not quite ready!

Karen said...

Oh, is fall that close? I was hoping for a few weeks yet. Love your pictures of ripening beauty.

Alistair said...

Great shots, a sedum that is referred to as tricolour, I will have to look this up.

PlantPostings said...

Yes, the transition is beautiful. Sad, but beautiful. (I love summer and hate to see it end.)

gardenwalkgardentalk.com said...

Transition here as well. They plants are saying so. I was even thinking of pulling some.

Cat said...

Hard to believe, even with the oppressive heat and drought, I'm starting to see subtle signs of fall too - very subtle! Your transition shots bring me hope!