When Two Seasons Merge



I know it's fall now but nobody told my zinnias.


I'll just keep enjoying them as long as possible. 

Working on a little fallishness in my house.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend. :)

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41 comments

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

same here...all the summer flowers are still in bloom ( or most of them )

Fall to me is in about 2 weeks when the trees start to really change...I like your description of the seasons merging.

Jenniffer said...

I can't tell you how much I love your zinnias! And they look fantastic in that mercury glass vase, too. Very, very nice vignette!

Kim - Exquisitely Unremarkable said...

85 and sunny here today...I totally get it! My zinnias are still smiling! :) Have a great weekend!

Olive said...

The zinnias are gorgeous. I have a good many roses blooming here.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

Love zinnias. I don't know why I don't plant them more often! Yours are lovely.

Linda said...

I love the thought of the seasons merging! Beautiful zinnias! I may try to grow some next year....

Domestic Designer said...

Zinnias are my absolute favorite flower! I love the bright colors and they last so long as cut flowers. My Dad grows a large patch every Summer. Yours are beautiful! Have a great weekend!
Blessings!
DD

The Gathering Place said...

I think zinnias are perfect any season!

Gina said...

The zinnias are so pretty...fall or not, they look great!

Blondie's Journal said...

Very pretty!! I know we are in very different areas, but mine seemed to fade. I cut them off but I had very few new buds. Did I do something wrong?

Jane xxx

Suzanne said...

My hydrangeas haven't bloomed all summer. Suddenly my endless summer bushes are covered in buds. So strange! Should be pretty, though, if they bloom before the frost gets them.

Lori said...

Love that tiny little arrangement. Makes me smile.

Marigene said...

Lovely vignette...gorgeous zinnias!
Enjoy the weekend...

Mimi said...

I am just NOW getting zinnias...could be that I didn't get the motivation to plant until mid-June! Ha!

Love the word "fallishness"...

Moni - Zuhaus at Home said...

Your zinnias are so pretty, I'm happy they are still blooming for you!

corners of my life said...

A perfect pairing - zinnias and a pumpkin.

Andrea at Opulent Cottage said...

Those are gorgeous, Miss Green Thumb :) Hey is that the Ikea bottle that we saw?!!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I have a similar season carry over going on here, too, Stacey! The urn by our front door is still going strong and looking good and I hate to take the plants out. I think I still will have time to plop a pumpkin on there when they do start looking worn out, so I'm going to leave them for now.

JoAnne said...

They're so pretty ~ glad they didn't get the memo! : )

20 North Ora said...

It seems so strange that the summer flowers are still so beautiful. Usually, at this time if the year, ours are burned to a crisp! Your look great.

Judy

must love junk said...

They're so pretty and such a wonderful color! :)
Susan

chateau chic said...

Your zinnias are sooo pretty, Stacey! It always makes me smile when I see another blogger with similar things going on in their heads. Of course, I have to say, it's much nicer to be enjoying fresh zinnias than dried ones.
Mary Alice

Dawn said...

My zinnias are still growing strong too. They look great by the metallic pumpkin

Kathleen Grace said...

Mine are still growing too, I'll take them as long as they want to bloom!

Shelia said...

Hi Stacey! Oh, your zinnias are so pretty! I love them too. Hope you're doing well and thanks for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Katie Mansfield said...

I'd enjoy them too if I were you.
Gorgeous.

Sonia said...

Such a sweet flower! I've got to get my fall on! Enjoy your sweet bouquets!
Miss Bloomers

Carol said...

I wouldn't want to give up on zinnias that still looked so pretty, either! Our meteorologists here are saying we've had our last triple digit temp for the year -- that means "Fall" to me!

Sally Somervill said...

Hi Stacey, love your mercury glass, and the reds and pink flowers look so pretty with it!
Sally @cottagefix

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

Your zinnias are gorgeous! I still have a pot full of them too. I recently had to replace some other flowers though, due to the heat this summer. I decided to replace them with gomphrena. I wasn't planning on it (I don't even know if they do well in the fall) but they were super cheap at Home Depot and they look pretty, for now, at least. :)

Gypsy Heart said...

Not sure if I knew you were in Texas or if I forgot ~ :) I'm in the DFW area, not that far away.

Your flowers are beautiful! I love having fresh flowers inside. I'm loving the cooler temps in the mornings...will be very happy to see the higher temps leaving. Fall is my favorite season!

xo
Pat

Carol said...

Your pretty zinnias remind me of the bouquets my mother made with her zinnias.

Smiles,
Carol

Kelly said...

They look so pretty! I don't think I've ever planted those before.

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Nobody told my zinnias either, most are looking pretty good. Yours are so pretty. I also love your tablescape. Sorry it took me awhile to get back to you, but I so wanted to thank you for your understanding about our robbery. It was such an unpleasant experience...but when you received comments, like your, it makes it seem no so bad! Again, thank you!

Sue Silva said...

Stacey, I love your header. How did you do that?

Melissa Miller said...

Very pretty Stacey! They fit in with fall very well.

*Smiles* I miss having my blog when I visit you, Liz and Kristen all in a row. So far that is the only time I've missed it.

April said...

I have zinnias in our front garden and they're still blooming like crazy! Love them!

bj said...

Fall could go on hold for a long long time if I had flowers as pretty as these. :)
And, I think you have probably the prettiest blog in all of Blogland..soo clean and crisp and just downright pretty.

Liz Hockamier said...

Isn't it wonderful how one little bouquet makes a new vignette? :)
Darling!
~Liz

Just a little something from Judy said...

One small, simple bouquet that adds lots of beauty to a room. You have the skills to pull that off!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Stacey, Very pretty! It's nice to get a pop of color in the garden this time of year.
xx,
Sherry