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GBBD - Flowers of November 2015 at Ravenscourt Gardens

This morning I have been enjoying all the post of flowers in everyone’s garden that participated in GBBD (Garden Bloggers Bloom Day) hosted by May Dreams Gardens… 892 more words

Gardening And Design

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day-November 2015

Where has the time gone? It seems like a month slipped by too quickly. Here it is the fifteenth of November and I am sharing my flowers on Garden Bloggers Bloom Day over at… 450 more words

Kristin Crouch

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day - November 2015

I took these photos on Saturday as I knew I’d be out all day Sunday, and not only was it pouring with rain but the wind was blowing at around 50mph making it officially a gale.   413 more words


November blooms

Flowers are getting a little thin on the ground lately.

Not that there’s no colour around: quite the opposite. My lovely ginkgo tree has lit up the garden like a butter-yellow lantern; the oaks and hazels have turned coppery brown and there are white pearls (Symphoricarpos) and red rubies (holly, viburnum and hawthorn) gleaming in all the hedgerows. 602 more words

Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day

Garden Bloggers Bloom Day November 15th

Welcome to Plant Exchange Blog! This is Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. On the 15th of each month we show what is blooming here and around the United States and in other countries on this day. 313 more words


Bloom Day, November 2015

The warmth of October leaked into November, but finally, FINALLY, Central Texas feels like autumn.  From ground-cracking dry to frog-drowning rain, we’ve seen it all this past month or so.   467 more words

What's in Bloom Here Now - October 2015

It’s surprising how much is in bloom in October in New Hampshire, especially if you count the autumn leaves as blooms, which I do. We have had patchy frost, but tomorrow night we’re forecast temps in the mid 20sF, which means hard frost and maybe a freeze. 362 more words