Final plant flourish
After a beastly summer, temps in the 60s and 70s are producing a final flourish.
ANENOMES (Honorine Jobert and Bressingham Glow) are about at peak now.
CELOSIA have mammoth heads:
BROWALLIA love the cooler weather:
My dog poses with a pot of begonias:
Lush foliage at end of September:
A butterfly visiting the lingering flower of a butterfly bush is outlined against a Mother of Pearl rose:
One of a late flush of Ronald Reagan:
Does anyone know the name of this dahlia?
Some hastily cut:
The blooms of canna Pink Sunburst (a wonderful plant for
pots) linger in the cooler weather:
Heavy geranium blossoms spill out:
Reds (Rouge Royale) are so much more intense in the cool fall:
One could go on and on, but the days are limited.