Sunday, July 31, 2016

July 2016 Flower Roundup

Today is the last day of July.   Another ending.

These words stare back at me from the almost-blank screen of my new blog post setup page.

Another month has flown out of my life.  Another month has brought us in upstate New York closer to the dreaded winter.

Another month of flowering beauty has passed, captured by my iPhone.  Here are some highlights (note, only the flowers that I say are mine are mine):
Lilies at a Finger Lakes winery July 2.


One of my lilies, July 10.

Bee Balm, Binghamton.

A petunia in my front yard, the third week of July.
A zinnia just starting to open up in our community garden July 24.


Our hostas in bloom, July 15.

Day Lily "Pink Monday", Cutler Botanic Gardens.


And finally, lilies from a walk yesterday in Binghamton.

Tomorrow, August begins.  A new beginning for us all.  May it treat you well.

10 comments:

  1. I hope your experience of August is as beautiful as the pictures of those flowers.

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  2. ThankYou for your warm wishes, Alana. I admire the way you publish your posts on flowers. they are beautiful. Nature amazes me.

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    1. Thank you for sharing my post, Ajay.

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  3. Your daylily is lovely. Not too fussy.

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  4. Wishing you a beautiful August filled with best. The flowers are so beautiful:)

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  5. Beautiful flowers! Savor them while you can, ole' man winter will be there before you know it.

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  6. Wonderful pics Alana. Especially day lily 'pink Monday'

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  7. Alana, your flowers are unspeakably beautiful. Fall in New York State is incredibly beautiful also. Maybe the Taconic Parkway can be your friend for awhile? All the best--

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  8. Ah, August. May it bring you many more flowers.

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