Flower Friday October 7, 2022October 21, 2022 ~ Ashley Nerine (possibly bowdenii) also known as Guernsey or Jersey lily, and sometimes spider lily. Still there are flowers, As the daylight fades; Spider lilies. Ashley Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
30 thoughts on “Flower Friday”
Thank you, Ashley, for the beautiful last vision of summer!
Thank you, Joanna, I love them especially now that most flowers are going over. 🌹🙋♂️
Same in my garden!
We have only one! So must find more for next year. Have a great weekend 💓🙋♂️
Thank you for the words and photos.
And what flowers, almost tropical. Nature is awesome.
Marina, aren’t Nerines wonderful? A splash of exotic at 54oN. Nature is amazing 🌹🙋♂️
What lovely pictures, enjoy the beauty while you still can now in Autumn.
Thank you, Ute, I must get more of these beautiful bulbs for next year. 🌹🙋♂️
Ah, thank you for the Friday beauty, my friend!
Thank you, dear Marina, I’m only sorry we have only the one! I must look for more of these bulbs for next year. Have a wonderful weekend 🌹🙋♂️
👌 You too, my friend! 🌟🔆
What a fabulous flower, Ashley! So exotic looking. Love the haiku too. Have a great weekend!
Dear Lesley, thank you for dropping by. Have a lovely weekend too. 🌹🙋♂️
It is lovely to see it whilst everything else is beginning to fade. Have a great weekend, Bela 🌹🙋♂️
You both as well, Ashley! 🥳
Thanks, Katelon, have a great weekend ⚘️🙋♂️
Gorgeous flowers, Ashley! And a very sweet haiku! Have a joyful weekend! 🌞
Thank you, Lisa. You have wonderful weekend too ⚘️🙋♂️
¡Preciosas fotografías!!! Un abrazo.
Thank you, Barbara 🤗🌹🙋♂️
Beautiful images and hokku, Ashleaf! Winter, with its dark and cold days, will be here in a little over three weeks. Get ready your pen and papers!
Just today, I’m thinking winter is here already! Windy, wet and cold! Soon I might have to put my gloves on to write. 😉 Next post? Here’s a clue 🍄🍄🍄
😯So beautiful, I love the way it nestles the birdbath, makes such a lovely picture.
Thank you, Morag. ⚘️🙋♂️
Anche qui da noi c’è stata una seconda, timida fioritura dopo la siccità estiva; la Natura ci ha regalato una seconda, breve primavera.
Thank you, Elena. These flowers, which come from bulbs, will flower until November, so I must find more so that we see flowers well into winter. Thank you for visiting my blog. 💌🌹🙋♂️
Here there are few flowers that can withstand the cold and are called crocus. They bloom first in spring and last in autumn. They too have a bulb and are very poisonous to humans, but still very beautiful.