|Cyclamen hederifolium (the leaves have died back, and now the flowers re-appear)
|Rudbeckia fulgida with Fuchsia magellanica and Panicum virgatum 'Rotstrahlbusch'
|Dahlia 'Black Beauty'
And a few other NOID Dahlias:
|'Little Joe' Joe-Pye weed (which is taller than me)
|Dark-leaved Cimicifuga in front of 'Chocolate' Joe-Pye
|Red Twig Dogwood and Agastache 'Tutti-Frutti'
|Leycesteria formosa 'Gold Leaf'
|Hydrangea paniculata 'Annabelle'
|Dianthus, still flowering along with ripening seedheads
|Nepeta 'Walker's Low' has never stopped blooming long enough for me to cut it back. The bees love it!
|Abelia grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope'
|The duo of Lemon Verbena and Bronze Fennel, backed up by a big hair band (Stipa tenuissimia)
I just love the pretty tasselly bracts of ornamental Oregano. I have two, I think. One is Origanum libanoticum and the other is 'Barbara Tingey.' Don't ask me which is which.
|Another ornamental Oregano, slightly different
|Coreopsis in the gravel garden
|Agastache (Evergreen state? Say what? See my parched grass?)
|Agastache and gold-leaved Caryopteris
|Teucrium with leaves from Eryngium agavifolium
|Salvia 'Hot Lips' minus her lipstick
|One short, confused poppy and Pennisetum 'Karley Rose'
|Geranium 'Rozanne' mostly. There are at least three other hardy Geraniums in there with her, but I think all the flowers are hers.
|Lobelia tupa is close to open, maybe a couple more days
And, let's see what's flowering in my "To Be Planted" pile.
|Japanese Anemone, probably 'September Charm' backed up by Hosta 'Sum and Substsance'
If that's not enough blooms for you, then you should find your way to May Dreams Gardens, where Carol Michel hosts Bloom Day on the 15th of every month. Bloggers all over the world post links there! Check it out!