That's a beautiful mosaic, Nadezda! Love the fruits!
So do I, Endah!
...but still beautiful.
Yes, it's Jenny!
Wonderful mosaic, Nadezda!Gorgeous flowers and delicious fruits.Have a lovely new week!
Nice week to you too, Sara!
Nut October is on its way! Groetjes Hetty
Thank you Hetty!
Lovely mosaic Nadezda. It is sad that September is over. The month seemed to pass so quickly!
You're right Jennifer, warm season passes very fast.
Beautiful mosaic, Nadezda !!!!I love your gorgeous flowers and and juicy fruits !!Greetings
Thank you Ela!
Beautiful September mosaic Nadezda, Especially the shiny tomatoes look very attractive.Wish you a great October month!Janneke
Hope October is not too cold, Janneke, thank you!
Beautiful flowers and yummy looking fruits :)
Thank you for stopping by, Nezumi!
It's sad to see September end but you've made a beautiful mosaic of the bounty of your garden that can keep our hearts warm as autumn's cool temperatures cool our bodies.
You're right, Peter! Watching autumn garden warms our hearts.
Lovely images, Nadezda! I am ready for autumn, but I also know it means the end of many of these blooms, which makes me a little sad.
This summer was too cool so it seems this autumn is enough warm :0)
Gorgeous Nadezda. Even though September is ending your garden looks amazing...especially the Dahlias!
Oh, dahlias --they suffer of cold nights, Lee. I moved them in the greenhouse.
Those plums and tomatoes look delicious! I wish you a mild winter.
A mild winter is that what I need more, Jason. I'm tired covering the plants every late fall.
So beautiful, Nadezda!!! :)
Thank you, Linda!
Lovely harvest of flowers and fruit Nadezda, I hope you have just as glorious weather as we have right now :-)
I'm glad you have wonderful autumn weather, Helene, can't say this about ours - it's cool enough.
Thank you Sue!
Hello Nadezda girl !I love your header picture, what a beautiful flower and in such a gorgeous shade of pink !It is hard to believe September is over and October has begun ... I will have to really kick it up a notch to get all my "to do" things done on that list .. which I doubt all will get done .. hahaI hope you aren't hit with an early bad winter ... I hope we aren't either !Crossed fingers that we and our gardens get through it all in one piece ?Good luck and take care girl !Joy : )
I hope as well the autumn continues in October, Joy :0) Usually first frost is in mid-October but the climate changes...I have to do to all things before winter comes.
Que guapo ha sido tu mes de septiembre...y también rico de tomates:)))Un beso.
Gracias, Laura. Tomates son sabrosos porque crecidos por mis manos.
Dear Nadezda!Excellent collage!!!!! I am delighted with him.Happy weekend dear friend.Lucia
Happy weekend to you too, Lucja!
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