Sunday, October 5, 2014

Mosaic Monday #9 A Pink Month

October is the month for pink and I walked about the gardens, camera in hand to see what I could find.
A blossom from a Rose of Sharon and a cosmos bloom.
Beautyberries for the first time on a new shrub planted last year.
Naked ladies (crocosmia) and the petals of a pink phlox.
Inside, pink mums in a sea of cobalt blue glass. 

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Folks, next week is our Canadian Thanksgiving and although I will get the party live on Sunday, I may not get to visit until late Monday.

33 comments:

  1. Judith, I am finding October is indeed pink in my garden with my pink roses that I will link in with tomorrow...today it is pink waterlilies and my pond from my second blog....love all your pink and your reminder that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.

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  2. The colors in your photos are lovely. :)

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  3. The beauty berry is wonderful, haven't seen it before.

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  4. Hello Judith, lovely blooms and images.. Perfect for a Breast Cancer Awareness post. The berries are a pretty color..Beautiful mosaics! Thank you for hosting, have a happy new week!

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  5. Lovely photos and a very important topic! (I like pink more and more all the time, and this summer I fell seriously in love with cosmoses.) Thank you, Judith!

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  6. I don't think that I have ever seen beauty berries! And they are beautiful indeed!

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  7. A beautiful mosaic Judith and perfect for this month of Breast Cancer Awareness. Your flowers are still doing well. I wonder if beauty berry will grow in my zone 4b. I think the berries are so pretty. Have a great week!

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  8. Oh your Beautyberries looks very much like our Porcelain Vine berries, so pretty as well as all of your other lovely image shares. Thank you~

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  9. That is a pretty collection of pinks and lavenders and a bit of change from the reds, golds and oranges that are becoming increasingly prevalent (although I also like those).

    Thank you for being hostess to this gathering, Judith!

    Karen

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  10. Pink is perfect for this month. As girlfriends we need to encourage each other! Happy Monday! Hugs, Diane

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  11. Lovely pink in your garden. Beautyberry is on my list of natives. I have a nice empty spot just waiting for it. A wonderful reminder/message for women too -- think pink!

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  12. Judith, what a perfectly themed post! A good reminder packaged in pink!

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  13. Nicely done mosaic, Judith filled with beautiful photos, and a good reminder about breast cancer awareness month.

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  14. The beauty berries are so striking. All the pink in your garden is lovely and a great tie in to breast cancer awareness.

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  15. Hi Judith,

    This is a perfect post to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All the pinks are so pretty, and you've featured some of my favorite flowers! :)

    Thank you so much for hosting and have a wonderful week!

    Big hugs,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  16. Thank you for hosting our party! Your blog is lovely. I hope you enjoy my PINK!

    Ciao,
    Suzanne

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  17. Pink for the month of October - Perfect!
    Thanks for hosting again this week.

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  18. Judith, your beautyberries look amazing......lovely flowers too.....nice choice of colours!

    Happy Monday!
    Ruby

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  19. Hi,Judith
    Your mosaic are so beautiful and the colors are elegant. Thank you again for your advice. How struggling it was before you gave me advice!! But now it is OK! I like that application very much.

    Have a nice new week!

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  20. I probably won't post again for a few days - we're in the middle of doing my Dad's funeral. But your Mosaics are just lovely as always!

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  21. The flowers are so lovely, especially for this time of year, but ohhhhhh, those berries!

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  22. Beautiful flowers Judith. Thank you for Mosaic Monday.
    Joy

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  23. Good Morning Judith, what a lovely post and a nice way to start the week.
    Beautiful flowers:)
    Connie

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  24. Lovely post Judith, lovely pictures and such a good month for awareness. We see towns celebrating walks and runs as we drive through the villages all decorated with ribbons and banners. Now that I can operate this os I'm going to look for an interesting bunch of pic's for next Monday. Now that I'm finding Grace I need to be able to take pictures and find them, lol life is more interesting and challenging the older you are, have a beautiful day

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  25. To my surprise, I have a lot of pink flowers in my garden this fall too. They really have to fight for attention against the flowers with bolder colors. I love beautyberries. They are striking. I noticed that the birds love the berries too.

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  26. These photos are beautiful, Judith and your blooms are so gorgeous!...:)JP

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  27. Beautifful post and such amazing, very good question, indeed!! Thank you! A sunny october!

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  28. Beautiful how your garden shows us every shade of pink -- you put them together wonderfully.

    I don't think I've ever seen a beauty berry ... I'm off to look it up right now to see if it grows around here (not for me to plant, just to go look for it ;>). What a gorgeous plant.

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  29. Your pinks are so lovely and a perfect tribute to the month's special awareness campaign!

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  30. I've never seen beauty berries -- they live up to their name!

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  31. Still seeing beauty in your garden, Judith! I have a lot of brown in mine (mainly the rudbeckia and echinacea stems). I had to pull my cosmos as they were in the construction zone. I liked seeing yours, though. They are a beautiful flower. Glad you got the beautyberry - looking good! It is quite a unique shrub. Hugs to you, and have a Happy Thanksgiving! ~ Beth
    p.s. Canada has it right with the earlier Thanksgiving - ours is overshadowed by Christmas, I think. And it's a beautiful and meaningful holiday in itself. :)

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  32. October is my birthday month and I am happy that pink is the color of it :) pink,lavender and purple shades are the love of my sight.

    Everything in this post is lovely! But I especially adore the beauty berries. It's the first I've ever seen or heard of such. If we had it in our garden, it'll be surely my queen :)

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