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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Purple.........

I kept noticing how beautiful the asters are while I was mowing and knew I had to share them with you.  These are all volunteers.  I didn't plant them where they are located.


14 comments:

Mary Ellen said...

This gives me hope as I have two purchased aster plants. I hope mine decide to multiply, too. Lovely photo!

Gene Black said...

Those are some amazing volunteers. They look lovely.

sewyouquilt2 said...

wow gorgeous

Julierose said...

Beautiful colors...thanks for the pix, Julierose

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

so beautiful and large, I never get them to grow so well here. Whenever we go to the northern states I am forever commenting to Mike that I love the flowers - everything seems to grow so much better in the northern climate as far as flowers and vegetable gardens - it must be the cooler nights - here yes we have the warmth but it stays hot at night for most of the summer and we do not get enough rain and forever have to water our gardens.

Susan said...

I love asters, but the rabbits eat them as fast as I can plant them!

Monica said...

Yes, they are gorgeous, saturated colours! We have some wild asters too, but they are quite pale. Still pretty, though!

Pat said...

Beautiful. The colors are so vivid or should I say Exuberant? They found the right yard to grow in. Enjoy the day as it is going to be another beautiful one.

suemac said...

They are very pretty and in your bright colors also.

Cathi said...

Wow - they are gorgeous!

Muddling Through said...

They are beautiful! I wish we could grow them here. Alas.

Brown Family said...

Beautiful. I had one come up that I did not plant. It only had one or two blooms!

Lola said...

Those look like Kaffe colors to me! :) Is there a future quilt lurking in your yard, Wanda?

Dolly said...

Just beautiful, Wanda ! I look forward to seeing your Asters every year. I don't have the pink......only the purple, but I keep hoping they'll spread "volunteers", too. I do break off the stems and put them in the ground where I want new ones to start. That works for me sometimes !