Cathy’s Week of Flowers

Cathy of Words and Herbsย  is inviting us to join her in posting photos of flowers to cheer our Northern Hemisphere winter days as we move into December.

Here is a collage of the snapdragons that were flowering in my garden on 17th October this year.

Mostly self sown, they had struggled all summer and then chose late September and October to put on a show.

It has been a weird year in the garden.


34 responses to “Cathy’s Week of Flowers

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  2. How wonderful to have all these flowering so late into the year, Sandra, and mostly self-seeders too! Is Pic-Collage a specific programme or app, Sandra, or part of a wider editing programme?

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  3. Snapdragons! Those are such cheery spots!

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  4. Well worth the wait!

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  5. So pretty. Better late than never. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  6. Wonderful to see some snaps! Inspirational, I may try some this winter.

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  7. Beautiful colours.

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  8. Late bloomers, but when they bloomed, they sure did bloom.

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  9. Hi Sandra, yes, definitely a weird year in the garden! Your snaps are beautifully varied, I love how they how they hold up in a vase, too.

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  10. Lovely! Mine waited till then to flower too, but I don’t have such a lovely range as you.

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    • They have mostly blown in from who knows where – my gardening relies mainly on recognising snapdragon seedlings, and other goodies, from weeds. Selective editing goes on daily with a cup of tea in hand. ๐Ÿ™‚


  11. What a great selection that you have. I used to have some of these in my last garden. I must add them to my wish list for next year.

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  12. Love your snapdragons. Mine have only just finished blooming, and I still have sweet Williams in flower. Lovely reminder of days past, and days to come.

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  13. I love snapdragons but rarely see such a variety of colours. Each one is gorgeous but seeing all of them together in your collage is just amazing! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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