Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Apple blossom found in Devon on the 1st October 2014.


October the 1st is normally the time of year when everyone's thinking of the run up to Halloween at the end of the month. Seemed strange as we are winding our garden down for Winter to find we have apple blossom on Amie Soto Blossom's apple tree.


 It's been known to see roses still in bloom on Christmas Day here.


 There are plants in bloom around our garden that are still giving glorious colour.


Blooms and colour in the front of the cottage as well as the back


.Who ever said Autumn is a sad and boring time of year ?


Freya Rose Blossom softly follows in Amie Soto Blossom's footsteps around Soggibottom cottage.


Freya can be found over at The Cat Flap Cavalier. 

See you all soon. :-) x x x

12 comments:

stellaroselong said...

Those flowers are beautiful, we could smell them clear over here.
stella rose

Molly The Wally said...

We are having a great time and so enjoying the lovely weather. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Best wishes Molly

Caroline B said...

I can't beat apple blossom, but our flowers are still blooming and I found three strawberries ripening today! It's lovely!

Sue said...

You are so lucky to have so much colour in your garden. Dad still has the odd plant that is flowering, but the garden is definitely going into autumn mode.

Hope you are having a nice week.

Mary Ann said...

Wow how odd to see an apple blossom. Maybe winter's not coming to your neck of the woods. It's spring again:)

Murphy said...

Some plants, like people, do NOT go quietly into Autumn!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

WoolenSails said...

We still have flowers in bloom, love that we are having a nice enough fall to keep some of the summer warmth and the rains this week were needed.

Debbie

Dory and the Mama said...

We have the same kind of weather pattern here on the Northern California (USA) Coast...You can still find flowers...and I still have a tomato plant that is blooming!

Allie said...

Lovely!!! We've been having Indian Summer here in Michigan, sadly it's coming to an end. Autumn is a very rainy [and achy!] time here. I'll enjoy your beautiful garden!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Oh my gosh- those are some of the most beautiful flowers we have seen all year!
love
tweedles

Lynda (Granny K) said...

It is such a beautiful autumn this year! I don't want it to end! xx

Selena said...

Hi Michele, I've got blossom on my bramley apples here in Surrey - very surprising!
Selena