Sunday, December 15, 2013

GBBD December 2013

 December has been chilly with thick frost and fog in the mornings. But somehow the China roses have taken this as their signal to bloom as never before. Mutabilis is famous for year-long flowering but Sanguinea and Hermosa have also been exceptionally generous.

 Event he Teucrium Fruticans has gone on blooming right into winter this year, the deep blue of 'Azureum' being especially welcome.
 And the oak trees are gradually turning to golden and dropping their leaves into the pond.
Happy Garden Bloggers Bloom Day to all gardeners especially to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for hosting the meme.


Carol said...

I love the pond. Very tranquil looking.

Thanks for joining in for Bloom Day.

Lee@A Guide to Northeastern Gardening said...

You still have some nice blooms going on in your gardens which is good to see! It's freezing here!

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

Very tranquil looking...happy gbbd!

Anonymous said...

Lovely to see color in the garden this time of year. Our garden is currently a blanket of snow!