🌼Garden Pottering This November #SixOnSaturday #GardeningTwitter #Flowers

Wind and rain have played havoc with my washing schedules this week, but in the garden, flowers are blooming even if it is just here and there. I’ve also been joining in with the #AlphabettyBlooms hashtag on Twitter. Do look it up for pictures of lots of lovely flowers.

November 12th

First photo goes to the bright and cheery Hawthorne berries. While preparing this post, I looked back at my photos of the froth of white flowers that this plant produced many months ago.

Hawthorne

Second photo is of the Rock Roses. This white one has performed for months, where its pink cousin has been sporadic this year.

Rock Rose

Third photo is of an everlasting Geranium that I found sheltering under a bush.

Everlasting Geranium

Forth photo goes to the tiny pink clumps of flowers on the Spiraea which have come back after dead-heading the main flush. Sorry about the quality of the photo, but the wind decided to play with the bush as I took my pictures.

Spiraea

Next is a Scabious (can you see the ant on the flower head?) I’m not sure where this one came from, it may have been one of the wild seeds.

Scabious

Lastly are the first blue flowers on the Ceanothus, It feels quite early as I was also talking about it last January in a post.

Ceanothus

Thank you for joining me for this #SixOnSaturday post. I hope that you enjoyed it. Jim is now our host for this gardening meme and you can find his blog here where you will be able to catch up with links from all the other folks who take part.

Happy gardening

Rosie

Here’s a link to Jim’s post for this week with all the comments containing links to everyone else’s SoS posts.

20 thoughts on “🌼Garden Pottering This November #SixOnSaturday #GardeningTwitter #Flowers

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  2. You’ve found plenty of interest to feature there, Rosie. Some flowers are real troopers despite inclement weather. The alphabetty blooms hashtag is one I’ve seen on Twitter but not yet joined in. Looks a good way to celebrate our plants and gardens.

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  3. How lovely ❤ The hawthorn berries are an attractive featuree of the tree. I have 3 varieties of scabiosas here, a blue groundcover one, a mauve glossy shrubby one and the annual one that you have here. xx

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