Monday, November 4, 2019

Sholom Park in November


I know you've walked with me at Sholom Park many times but there are always flowers blooming, year round.


So put on your walking shoes....


and let's go!


We've had a few afternoon showers and the temps are in the 70s and 80s....


so it's a beautiful time of year to spend at the Park!


I've put most of the photos into collages....


so that I can share the beauty


and join Angie for Mosaic Monday HERE .


I have a large Camellia bush blooming in my flower bed! 
Do you grow those where you live?


38 comments:

Ellen D. said...

So pretty! I live in Chicagoland so all of our flowers are done and we are getting colder and colder. So nice to see the beauty that surrounds you and the collages are great! Thank you!

Tom said...

...November is beautiful in your neck of the woods!

Sam I Am...... said...

Does the humidity go down too in the winter? No camelias in my yard but I think they can grow here but don't quote me. The flowers are lovely and look at all those palms!

David M. Gascoigne, said...

I think we can all understand why you go there time and again.

MadSnapper said...

no camellias here, my mother loved them and had a bush in Savannah.. love that decorated sidewalk, and the gardens are looking fantastic... the weather is perfect for wandering down the pathways

Vee said...

☀️ 🦋 Perfect temps! Perfect path pattern...love it! Keep sharing the flowers, Diane. Ours are officially gone until late next spring.

Linda said...

Such beautiful flowers!

Terri D said...

So pretty. A beautiful place to walk and commune with nature. Thanks for sharing!

Edna B said...

Such beautiful blossoms. I don't have camellias but I love looking at yours. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

Connie said...

My what a pretty park and I love that creative sidewalk :)

Arlene @Nanaland said...

I think is my favorite park...so pretty no matter the time of the year.

Debbie said...

lucky you for the cooler temperatures...i'm sure it makes for some nicer walking!! beautiful pictures, i do not grow camellia in my garden, it is a beautiful flower and a very pretty color!!

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

What a gorgeous place to visit and I love the pretty flowers Diane. Hope you have a nice week.

Happy@Home said...

Oh, that was a lovely walk. Enjoyed every moment and your collages are gorgeous! I have two camellias that are in the bud stage. Can't wait to see them in bloom.

Lois said...

Wonderful tour of the park!

Ann said...

That's a beautiful park. You can show that one any time.

Lowcarb team member said...

It's a gorgeous park, a lovely place to enjoy a walk.
Love the colour of the Camellia, we have some growing but they are not currently in bloom.

All the best Jan

BeachGypsy said...

Diane, girlfriend, you make the prettiest collages of anyone I know!!---Love them!! Oh gosh, you have a camellia!!!??? I am eagerly awaiting some here....if yours are there, then ours must be not far behind. I'm sure we might have some in bloom around....but I haven't spied any yet. How was your weekend? WE HIKED!!---actual hikes!! Out in the country. It was so fun!! And NOT HOT!!! hUGS!

ClickNCamera said...

What beautiful flowers and walkways! All our flowers are gone now and I already miss them. Enjoy your day!

happyone said...

Sure is a pretty place to walk!!

Jenn Jilks said...

It's a lovely spot!

Pamela M. Steiner said...

So lovely! I had camellias at my "old house" in Salt Springs, but we just moved from there this summer, and I don't have any flowers at all yet at our "new house" in Interlachen. I am not sure how well camellia's will do here, although we are not that far from where we were. I was sad to leave all my bushes behind, but didn't want to risk killing them by trying to move any. So I will have to start over with all of my flowers, etc. I did bring a Don Juan climbing rose bush with me and a Rose of Sharon bush. I haven't planted them yet. They are thriving in pots, however, so I am happy about that. They were both very special to me. Thank you for sharing this lovely walk with us. I've never been to that park. Is it near Ocala? Thank you...Have a blessed week.

Angie said...

Diane - how wonderful to know that flowers are still blooming down there, and things are green. We just arrived in Calgary this afternoon, to snow on the ground and temperatures under 10 ! Yep, we're back! Thanks for taking everyone at Mosaic Monday on your latest walk through the Park!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Pretty!! Great park!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!
Hugs,
Debbie

Linda said...

Interesting pavement. I never had luck with camellias.

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Beautiful photonna and so charmingly came out in the picture.

Jeannie said...

Were your ears burning last night? My tech-savvy sons were home last night and we discussed how your original blog was "disappeared." They were horrified but not shocked. I hope it never happens to you or anyone else again (wishful thinking).
Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry

Creations By Cindy said...

Oh my goodness! What a wonderful walk! Love all the pictures. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

That's one of the things I love about Florida - something is always blooming!

Christine said...

I know I've said this before, but our walks are so beautiful. With flowers all year long, that must be so enjoyable! Something always new.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That is the most beautiful peaceful park (it is so well-named). We had camellia bushes in our yard here in Oregon (in our former life, pre-retirement), but one February we had a late freeze and lost them all. :(( -- (I bet you won't ever have that problem)..... we actually do have some of the flowers and fruit here in Oregon that also bloom in Florida, but the season is about exactly opposite.

Little Wandering Wren said...

There is absolutely nothing I like better than a wander around the beautiful Sholom Park where we have time to stop and admire the flowers and take in all that gorgeous fresh air! Thanks for the invite, you're photos are brilliant
Wren x

Jeanie said...

I can't think of a better name for this park. It truly is lovely and what a special time you must have on each and every walk.

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Your mosaic photos are very beautiful. I like the 4th photo that one rose falls on a stone is very beautiful.

Dixie @ Arranged Words said...

Wonderful photos. Such a beautiful place.

Crown and Cottage said...

What a tranquil walk and to see all the beauty nature has to offer.
Thanks for sharing.

riitta k said...

That is a beautiful park and I love your collages. Wishing you a lovely day.

betty-NZ said...

Beautiful colors! I go to the same parks often and there's always something new to see!


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