Letters from a Hill Farm
Love all three! Love the autumn colors sneaking into the bouquets!
So much color to spread through out the house. Love those dahlias.
Your flower pictures are a delight. I wish I could grow them in my yard but it's dry shade. So I have to enjoy yours.
Aren't dahlias the best late-summer flowers?I also love your Header photo; meant to say that every time I commented since you put it up but always forgot!
SO lovely and cheery.
Colourful and cheerful! How lovely
A breath of fresh New England air!
Each one is beautiful -- and has more flowers than the bouquets I buy at the Farmer's Market -- but then, I just more or less take the paper cone off and stick the whole thing into a pretty vase Cyndi gave me -- I'm not good at arranging.
Beautiful and colorful flowers:)
Dahlia always make a colourful flower arrangement.My father used to grow beds full of them.Some beautiful combinations there. :)
These arrangements are so cheerful! I never tire of seeing your posts about your flowers, Nan. Thank you!
They look lovely Nan and your hollyhocks are gorgeous!
Thanks. It has been the best year ever for hollyhocks, and those self-seeded.
Re. your header ... Nan I love this road through a wood! Where does it go? It makes me want to explore.
Up the hill from the barn. It isn't an 'in use' road anymore. Just our way through the woods.
I'm envious ... it really is special.
Jill, I really should do a post on the land. I think I have talked about it in several posts, but not a post all about it. Thank you for your words. They mean a lot.
The flowers are indeed lovely.
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