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Fall Chrysanthemum for Macro Friday



In the stores and nurseries these days are containers of beautiful chrysanthemums.  They come in so many beautiful colours and it hard to choose.   I bought a few  pots of different colours to put into a container.  This one called to me this morning with the light on the petals.   

I will be joining Laura at Blogging from Bolivia for Macro Friday.   The fall fairs and festivals have begun.   Our local  Horticultural Society is holding it’s annual fall plant and bake sale.   I have divided some plants up in my garden to donate and I am baking some cookies for the bake sale.   The monies go to programming and the various public gardens that we keep up each year.   How are you going to spend your weekend?   Hope it is a good one whatever you do.   Valerie


Jari / Leena said…
I enjoy the beautiful pictures on your blog, very refreshing colours here! Leena
Just lovely, Valerie. Thanks for sharng and have a wonderful weekend.

Janice said…
A beautiful the vibrant orange.
Pondside said…
The mums are in the shops here and they are all so beautiful - hard to pick just one plant.
Courtney said…
Absolutely beautiful! Really very pretty.

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