Thursday, October 15, 2009

Angel's Trumpet in Full Bloom

 
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19 comments:

Southern Lady said...

What a beautiful plant, Jon. It's blossoms are truly exquisite and I love its name.

It's always nice to see a new post by you pop up on my blog list. I hope this finds you doing well.

racheld said...

Just breathtaking, Jon---I don't really have a size reference, but I imagine the clever name "cherub" refers to a "small angel" size.

You know I love seeing your sign saying you just posted. For some reason, only your site catches my cursor and holds it captive til I click on NO about twenty-five times.

You're worth the effort, and I hope to see more of your garden soon.

rachel

guild-rez said...

Very beautiful plant and picture!!
In my opinion, angel's trumpet is one of the most gorgeous flowers ever.
Great shots too!!

racheld said...

Jon,

I hope all is well with you---I miss your cheery words and lovely thoughts.

I hope you'll look in tomorrow---it's my 300th post and first anniversary. And I cannot tell you how much your encouragement and kindness have meant all the times that I try to write something interesting or topical.

Thank you!!! Would love to hear how you are---my e-mail is in my profile.

rachel

Southern Lady said...

Jon, I've missed you, too. Hope all is well, my friend.

racheld said...

Oh, Dear, Dear Jon,

I wish you well and warm and happy in this Blessed Season, with a home full of Wonderful and an overflowing heart. I SO hope that all is well with you, and would love to hear from you some time---you became one of my favorite posters just immediately, and I miss your cheery voice and welcome presence.

I think of you often and fondly, and wish you well. I had a season of "FIRSTS" of my own once, and I hope that knowing that friends think of you and wish you the best helps to make your holidays bright.

rachel

Jan said...

Merry Christmas, Jon.

Jan
Always Growing

Anonymous said...

It agree, very useful message

Christine L N said...

I love this flower. In Sweden we call it Änglatrumpet.

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

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Hi, it's a very great blog.
i could tell how much efforts you've taken on it.
Keep doing!

Anonymous said...

The angel trumpet is beautiful in pink. I have a yellow one, but the pink is so vibrant.
Carnell

Carol said...

Jon, I wish there was an email address or way to contact you directly. I am concerned that you have not updated your blog in a long time. I hope you are ok. Your yard and posts are lovely.

Carol

Jeannie B. said...

I love Angel TRumpets. Mine died back this winter and I am holding my breath hoping it comes back. I love the pink!

Mary Joy said...

Simply gorgeous!!! I love it. We have also Angel's Trumpet on our garden and it's also at full bloom now. So lovely to look at.

racheld said...

Jon,

It was BEYOND LOVELY to "see" your voice again!!! And on my BIRTHDAY!!! What a wonderful gift to know you're still peeping in, and I hope you'll visit as often as you can.

I'm still plugging along, just dashing down little Southern stuff and Family stuff and whatever comes into my lil' ole head.

Do take care of you, and DO drop in ANY time!!! My e-mail is in my profile, if you're ever in the mail-mode.

Manymuch good wishes---be safe and well,

rachel

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yveline said...

another beautiful garden lover....I am so lucky to have found your blog! Merci, I will visit for a long time your past comments and pictures! take care of you...

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