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It Is The Beginning of Fall

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First Day of Fall mosaic.

It has been raining off and on today but just an hour ago I looked out and it was hailing really heavy. . You just never know what kind of day you are going to get in September here in the Sandbox. 

 

My mosaic today is showing the Sedum Autumn Joy that is blooming in the back foundation flowerbed. The leaves of the Maple are in the neighbour’s yard.  Polish Spirit clematis is blooming on the arbor.  I wondered the other day what all the pink was at the top of the arbor and when I looked closely I saw that the clematis had travelled all the way to the top to twine in the rose bush at the top.  This bloom just happened to be down at eye level.  The Chrysanthemum Clara Curtis is beginning to bloom also. She can be a bit aggressive but I really like the daisy like flowers.

 

Hope your week will be a good one.   I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.

 

 

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Comments

eileeninmd said…
Very pretty mosaic, your flowers are lovely. I especially love the daisy-like flower. Have a happy week ahead.
Your garden is still looking beautiful Val. Have a wonderful week:)
Nice touches of autumn Val.
Judith
What a lovely mosaic! I like the nice thick borders you used...I'll have to try that. Beautiful flowers! Happy Fall!
Vee said…
Delightful. The clematis gave you a little surprise didn't she! Your neighbor's maple is going to be such a joy this year...love to see red on maple leaves instead of the more common yellow.
Pat said…
Beautiful Fall images, Valerie. Your mosaic is wonderful!
GrandmaK said…
Your mosaic is so very beautiful. The muted colors are comforting and give life to the pictures! Thank you for your visit and you kind words. Cathy
Lorrie Orr said…
There's plenty of colour in autumn, isn't there? Your garden photos are so pretty.
Have a great week.
Pondside said…
I love the colours of autumn and you've captured them beautifully.
Ingmarie We said…
A very pretty mosaic! Have a fine week.
Heather Benton said…
Very pretty, Valerie. Love the mums - my little button mums are all beginning to open - I love the last blast of deep pink they give the garden at this time of year.
Suzy said…
Beautiful!...all the tell-tell flowers the fall is offically here!
Debra said…
very pretty...I have some sedum and when it first came into bloom the bees went crazy over it!
Riet said…
That is a lovely mosaic with such pretty flowers. Have a nice week.
The Artful Diva said…
All of your fall photos are beautiful - love your mosaic!
Jill Harrison said…
lovely as always to see your beautiful garden images. Fall - we call it autumn here - maybe because we don't have the leaf "fall" that you have. We are coming into spring now, but these last few days we have been plunged back into the middle of winter.
Have a wonderful week, and thankyou for stopping by my blog today to say hi!
Beth said…
What a pretty mosaic, Valerie. The photo of the Clara Curtis mum is beautifully done! You are such an artist with a camera, Valerie!
Donna Heber said…
Hi Valerie,

Beautiful photos of autumn! Your Clara Curtis mums are stunning. I hope you are enjoying the first few days of fall.
Lisa Gordon said…
What a lovely mosaic this is, Val!
It looks like you still have some wonderful color in your garden.
Such fall beauty, I need clematis in my garden....

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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