Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Wheelie Wednesday - The September Garden

Hi everyone! It's me, Autumn!
September is half over already and autumn is right around the corner!
There is still lots of stuff going on in the garden! This basil is well over my head and it smells so good! Mom and I can't wait to make pesto!

This cute yellow flower is called calendula! I didn't plant it - it self-sowed all by itself! All I had to do was weed around it and presto - free flowers!This is one of our autumn sedums that's blooming. It's a lavender flower!And the other autumn sedum is more of a mauve color! As the flower ages, it turns more rosey!
This goldenrod is right at the pond edge!
The turtles are soaking up the sun's rays! I guess it must feel pretty good to them! They better enjoy it because our weatherman says the temps will be dropping very soon!
Hi Dauby!
Check out my pumpkin! I can't wait for it to turn orange!
See you all next Wednesday!

Love, Autumn


Bae Bae said...

Your garden looks pawsome as usual. I bet your pumpkin will turn out bright orange. ;)

~ Bae

Mango said...

Mmmm... fresh basil. Perhaps with a nice tomato or two?

I am curious about your pumpkin. I hope it turns pumpkin color soon.


Footheel Sock Knitter said...

Luv all the beautiful pictures.
I'm very fond of herbs and pumpkins but have no green paws like you. You look like you are enjoying the bounty of the wonderful garden. Happy Harvesting!

Teddy and Louie sez woof!xxxooo's

Inky and Molly said...

Look at the Basil! It's huge!! Would love to snap-sample it...INKY

umekotyan said...

Good evening m & m
It is a good-looking motorcycle.
It seems to run well.
I want to hear the sound of V type engine.

The goldenrod has grown also in Japan.
It meter about 50 centimeter.. grows.
Of course, it is impatient that the color of the pumpkin becomes yellow.
I want to boil until water disappears adding sugar, the soy sauce, Ajinomoto, and water and to eat. :)

from loved ume tyan

Molly,Taffy and Monty said...

You certainly have been very busy Autumn. Your garden is so well organised and you always look so neat and composed. You should see our hooman after she has been working in the garden "Pulled through a hedge backwards" springs to mind.

Molly, Taffy and Monty

Gus said...

Autumn...we think you have done a great job with the garden while your mom was on Nantucket. Thanks for the tour.


MAX said...

You are Autumn, we are Spring! Different seasons across the world, but equally beautiful.
What better way than a garden to celebrate our world!
Lot of licks

Hollie and Janie said...

Your tours of the garden are always such a treat! Everything is just beautiful!!

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Hi Maggie & Mitch,
Your garden looks real good! That basil looks like ours. I should be cutting it back soon.
All your pictures are real pretty!!
Autumn, you are a good gardener!
Thanks for coming to our blog and commenting.Good of you to visit.
Love ya all, Bambi and Fern

BRUTUS said...

I am always in awe of your beautiful back yard! Lovely flowers, a pond (complete with swans and turtles), and even a pumpkin patch! Think I can smell all that basil from here - mmmmmm!

Brutus the Frenchie

Cocorue said...

you are two lucky pooches...and after the beach ( i didn't want to leave...)i'm happy to see your beautiful flowers and pics


Cocorue said...

you are two lucky pooches...and after the beach ( i didn't want to leave...)i'm happy to see your beautiful flowers and pics


Rocky Creek Scotties and Java said...

We've seen some fresh mozzarella in the fridge - perhaps some basil and fresh tomatoes and olive oil would be nice for dinner tonight.

Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java

Anonymous said...

Hi Autumn - enjoyed another nice garden tour. Thanks!

Pearl said...

Miss Autumn, as ALWAYS, your garden is just breathtaking! You must spend all day long out there working!

Martha Basset said...

We so enjoy wheelie Wednesday Autumn and seeing the garden. September is a lovely month in the garden as the colours turn.
Martha & Bailey xxx

Mack said...

I'm with Bae Bae. You guys have the greenest thumbs (& dewclaws) of anybody we know!

TwoSpecialWires said...

Autumn. Your namesake season is just around the corner. And it's such a pretty one, just like you.

We always love your tours around the garden and the glimpses you give us of the pond. Nature paints beauty the best, doesn't she? And you always show us such a pretty canvas.

Thank you.
Fergi and Jake ooxx

Sue said...

What a lovely relaxing garden and pond.


Autumn is bootyful! You ar sooo lucky to be living where you actuallie, have four seesons. We just have two, Summer and Winter.

Hey maggie I luuuv your hat with the new Autumn flowers. Would you like to trade it for some pearls???


chicamom85 said...

Autumn, Thank you for a lovely tour of your garden. You are such a nice hostess.

licks and sniffs, Sasha

Sir Woodstock said...

Hi Autumn, it's me Judy!

Your garden is still looking wonderful.
I did enjoy my visit to see you while Maggie & Mitch were on holiday - I borrowed one of your photo's for my post - do hope that's alright?

Foxy love & wheelie wishes

The OP Pack said...

Thank you for telling us about that autumn sedum. There is a lot of that growing around here when we go on our walks, and the Momster was wondering what it is called. Question answered.

You should see the giant pumpkins the bipeds got - they grew in their other grandparents' garden. They are so big it took two big guys to carry them.

Woos, the OP Pack

Moco said...

Autumn, our favorite time of year.

Thoughts said...

Gorgeous pictures, what a lovely and scenic yard you two have!! Luckies!!!


The Army of Four said...

What a great garden tour. We love seeing what is blooming at different times of the year - in different parts of the country! You are a great garden tour guide!
Play bows,

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Mom says YUM basil!

Our sedums are a beehive of akhtivity right now!

Tank woo fur sharing your September garden with us!


Jazzi said...

What a cool garden. Wish we had one like that and I bet the pumpkin will be orange quick as you know it. I like to check out the pumkpins we get around here.

Tail wags

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi m & m and autumn!

your garden is amazing in all of the seasons!

happy wednesday!

m & e

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

What a beautiful garden you have.. We will be right over for that pesto.. hehe
Be sure and show us the pumpkin when it turns orange...

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Samantha said...

Ohhh what a beautiful garden! I love your garden posts - I can almost smell the basil and the flowers. The pond is so lovely with a swan and turtles! And the pumpkin! Wow - how pretty!
Hugs xo

Brownie said...

Autumn, your garden is fantabulous! I love love love the photo with Dubby.

Teddy Bear said...

Beautiful flowers and great looking basil! Pumpkins are so yummy too...pies, cookies. Oh my!

Teddy Bear

Benson and Lily said...

Purty flowers
Benny & Lily

ScrapsofMe said...

Autumn, your garden is very pretty, almost as pretty as your hat! Fresh basil, yummmmy...and a cute baby pumpkin. Let's see if it turns into a jack-o-lantern.

Lorenza said...

Hi, Autumn!
I am not so sure about Pesto but my grandma says "Yummy!
Are you going to do something special with that pumpkin??
Kisses and hugs

Ike said...

Your garden and yard is so beautiful! All I have is dehydrated grass and dirt spots.

Joe Stains said...

you yard looks great as usual, and Dauby is pretty darn handsome. Do Maggie and Mitch get to eat the pumpkin??

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

You have the most beautifullest garden and yard of all. Isn't it so fun to see everthing go so proud- all the pumpkins and basil and herbs and flowers.
It's a special time of year. Thank you for sharring with us

Clive said...

Wow, wish our basil would grow outside!

Murray was so envious of those turtles too!

Love the pumpkin!

lots of woofs

PS-thanks for the hint about the cookery website - we got 6lbs of green tomatoe chutney made last week!

Sally said...

Your garden ist so beatiful, and the motorcycle a dream.
Have a nice day.

Nice woooh

Ruby and Penny said...

Hi Autumn

What a beautiful garden you have. We can't believe that you have turtles and swans. Your pond must be huge. Great work.
Love Ruby & Penny

Nelly said...

Mmmmmh ... pesto. We think your garden looks lovely Autumn. We didn't know you have turtles in your pond. I have never seen a turtle, just frogs. They don't taste nice though. Say Hi to Dauby for me. We see lots of his kind when we go for walks, and I don't chase them anymore.
Nelly xx

Bree and Reilly said...

the garden is looking wonderful Autumn - you do such a wonderful job tending to it and looking after it.

Stardust said...

Now Autumn dear, can I ask you a question? I understand that you're raising plants for your dinner table, but how do you keep pests ( mites and uninvited insects ) away? Is there any good method without using insecticide? I did struggle hard to keep those blackie mites free from my basil. =( Didn't work.