Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Wordless Wednesday - Aster and Astilbe



I love them!

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  1. I love these flowers, especially the Asters!

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    1. This year Asters grow and bloom wonderfully despite of cold summer, Janneke.

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  2. Beautiful! Astilbe never do well for me; I don't know why, but I wish they would because I love them.

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    1. I can say the same, Rose: some years aster seedlings had grown badly and bloomed a little. This summer they are the best.

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  3. I love them, too!
    The Asters look so happy and your photos of Astilbe are wonderful. Lovely light and colours.
    Stay well!

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  4. I am slowly catching up after being away from the computer for a while. I enjoyed looking at your photos of Finland – everything so green. Of course your beautiful flowers are always a treat to look at. You have the most beautiful blooms! Luckily this year our weather in Georgia has been unusual – not too hot and some rain so that all plants and herbs in pots survived while we were away and are still looking good. I also enjoyed the post on the fair you attended – when I go to one I always end up buying a wooden spoon – I should stop as I have so many … I did buy some spoons in my trip to Finland too, as the wood was so pretty.

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    1. That's very well you and your potted plants have nice and comfortable weather, Vagabonde. The wooden things as spoons, combs, knives don't let me to pass by as well:0)

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  5. Very pretty flowers! I love them both but haven't grown asters for a long time.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Nezumi!

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  7. PRECIOSAS las dos Nadezda!!! .... Que colores tan bonitos.Nos enseñas también muchos nombres de flores ;))
    Buen fin de semana.
    Besos.

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    1. Laura, yo se algunos nombres pero no muchos :0))
      Buen domingo!

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  8. I don't have asters, but I do have astilbe. There is something so unique, pretty and dainty about their shape and colour. I always look forward to their blooms!

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  9. Hello Nadezda girl !
    Your aster are gorgeous ! I don't have many in my garden .. some from last year are sprawling around no flower heads yet.
    All my astilbe are finished flowering for the season now too ... with our dry weather they are looking a bit fried too .. darn !
    I was wondering if you have Queen Anne's Lace there ? .. they grow wild on the sides of some of our roads along with chickory and the solidago .
    Joy : )

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    1. Joy, your flowers are finishing to flower and here the weather has got warmer and many plants continue blooming. You ask about Wild carrot that you call Queen Anne's Lace. Yes, it's growing everywhere with solidago. But chicory does not grow here - it's too cold for it.

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  10. Beautiful flowers of your garden ! Your asters look great !! Unfortunately my seedlings of asters ate aphids this year !
    Greetings

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    1. It's so sad, Ela.
      Have a nice week!

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  11. Welcome Nadezda
    All your flowers represent great.
    I love asters. This year I do not have them in your garden.
    Greetings.
    Lucia

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