Thursday, November 06, 2008

Florida's Fall Colors.



So many of the blogs I visit have pictures of trees in their full blown beautiful fall color, so I thought I would post pictures of our fall color, although its really more like spring here, with all the flowers starting to bloom and gardens being planted.







6 comments:

Linda said...

Certainly different there from the usual fall elsewhere. Tropical climates are amazing.

Sarah said...

Just beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

hilltopper said...

poor lady, thats not fall,but they sure are pretty.

Georgia (AKA g-bug) said...

I love Florida at this time of year.

My hubby and I usually go see his parents at this time of year—in Sarasota—but this year we were not able to.
:(

Greg Pflug said...

The pond and bald cypress on the Wekiwa have turned to a rust color, the maples are just turning red, and the sweet gum are brilliant yellow. There is still some primrose willow, fleabane, astor, and spadderdock in bloom.

Evi said...

Oh MY!
What glorious elements of praise! I never knew what bloomed there in the Fall.