31 October 2011

October 2011 Flowers In The House

Indoor flowers on the last Monday of the month.
No corn or corny-copia on the front door, so what does one do for the holiday season? Why not join the Flowers In The House gang.

There were a few zinnias and marigolds left in the garden after the cold storm this weekend. Fortunately, after last night's freeze I could still harvest something and will enjoy them for a few more days indoors. This samples the bounty of peppers and flowers that were brought in Sunday.

Along with my obviously contrived contribution, find other garden bloggers' Halloween Flowers In The House at the blog Small But Charming.

10 comments:

flwrjane said...
Ray, Fantabulous! love the eyes.

Cute and creepy. And isn't that what Halloween is all about?

xo Jane
Sharon Parker said...
Fun! Very Dia de los Muertos to me.
flowers on my table said...
Spooky! You made me and the dog jump with that bird noise!! Happy Halloween, love Linda x
Sweetgum Thursday said...
supersweet skull. love it.
webb said...
Love it! What a great way to use a spooky skull and make it fun at the same time! Kudos!
Bow Street Flowers said...
This is the best!!!! Spooky and pretty at the same time!
Sherri B. said...
Hahahaha....Love the vase! Happy Halloween!
Swimray said...
Thanks all for stopping by and introducing me to your blogs. Thanks for the kind words, too. Happy H.
Anonymous said...
Nice! Flowers on the brain! (or for brains)
-Nancy
Stiletto said...
What an unusual way to welcome Haloween, and so creative.