Saturday, September 19, 2009

Butterflies and Berries

Just a few of the delights I saw in the garden today whilst we were cutting back some of the shrubs. The last flowers and butterflies of summer as well as the rich red berries and rosehips - a sure sign that autumn is on the way.

12 comments:

  1. Your garden looks great, even in its autumnal outfit!
    How lucky to have butterflies flying around you, here we have only annoying flies and mosquitos!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Your garden is still looking beautiful despite autumn being just around the corner! x

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  3. It is a bittersweet thing to say goodbye to the flowers in autumn. But the multi-coloured clothing of the trees is such a treat to come!

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  4. Your garden is looking just like mine Rosie. The birds are going to love the berries. I've spent lots of time outside today, making a start on the great Autumn tidy up! x

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  5. I love the colours of Autumn. Really love your banner too Rosie. Is it new or have I just not noticed it before?

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  6. Lovely pics,what a delightful garden you have. x

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  7. Beautiful Rosie ~ how do you do those collages?

    Enjoy your garden and have a wonderful weekend.

    Marie x

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  8. LOvely...isn't it a wonderful month, September...I love to work in my garden..butterflies and berries..spiders and webs..the colours.autumn mist..and,in a short while..raking the leaves,well that part I don't enjoy so much because we have a LOT of trees..:)

    O ,and making this great campfires in the garden..the smell of the leaves and wood burning..

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  9. Lovely mosaic.
    Have a good week. x

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  10. What a fantastic picture! Your garden is both beautiful and alive with wonderful creatures. I loved your layout.

    Gillian

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  11. Hi Rosie,
    What a delightful sight...
    I love the mixture of beautiful butterflies and a gorgeous assortment of berries.
    Thanks for stopping by,
    Pam :)

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