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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Mosaic Monday ~Halloween and the Last Day of October in my Garden



Just a few more my garden..last of October..Hello November!


They hydrangeas are faded, but still pretty


A few tiny dancers left


Prince Charles clematis having a last little show


Mini red rose looking pretty still


Ornamental cabbage - almost like a flower


I did do some fall cleanup - these cute new gloves didn't stay clean for long.


It was a crazy night of trick or treating - but so fun seeing all of the little kiddies.


Hope everyone had a good one and lots of leftover candy!

I'm joining in on Mosaic Monday this week. Check out all of the mosaics at Little Red House HERE.

13 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Fun pics, I'm lovin' your little squash man! Happy November:@)

GrandmaK said...

Your pictures are wonderful!!! The colors are vivid and most appealing! Have a grand day! Cathy

Dishesdone said...

Love the glowing pumpkins, Suzy! and still such pretty blooms in the garden!

Marsha said...

I am in love with your little squash man and am copying that idea next year :) The coyote pumpkin is cute too.

I love the pops of color still in your garden - you showed us a great variety. Is Prince Charles clematis a good bloomer? It is one I considered adding as well.

Cute gloves too...

Vee said...

Everything still looks so great in your garden. I'm particularly smitten by the ornamental cabbage...gorgeous!

Snap said...

Your garden is still lovely! Your little squash fellow makes me smile! Wonderful!

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Super images!!! Love your mosaic...it's happy!!!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

You still have some pretty flowers in your garden, Suzy! Sounds like you had a fun Halloween there and I love how you decorated for it. The squash man is so cute!!!

Kathleen said...

Looks like you still have plenty of color there! Just a bit here, and lots of crunchy leaves!
Happy November!

Cathy said...

You still have a lot going on in your garden, even on the first of November. I think fall colors this year are the most vibrant they've been in years. It's windy here so it will all be gone by the weekend.

Katerina said...

I loved your gloves. They are awesome, as for the flowers I have said it many times your garden is the garden of Eden.

Foley said...

Can't believe still look so pretty! (jealous) Love the pumpkins Randy carved and those too cute pink gloves!! Hope they wash up nice!

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