Ah well, you can't have everything. If you did, where would you put it?
Here's what's still flowering in my garden this September. It's not much.
|One fluffy tuberous Begonia flower that had broken off|
|Unidentified flower that hitch-hiked with a Bromeliad that I got at the spring swap -- Do you know what it is? (Finally identified as Seemannia nematanthodes 'Evita' (Gloxinia)|
Of course the Sedums and the grasses are doing their thing at this time of year.
|Sedum 'Autumn Joy'|
|Calamagrostis brachytricha in front and Calmagrostis 'Karl Foerster' behind with Verbena bonariensis|
|Tithonia 'Torch' and friend|
|Tall large-flowered purple Aster -- I don't recall which one, but the clump is huge and needs to be divided and spread around the garden|
|Overgrown Fuchsia magellanica|
|Corydalis lutea, which sows itself all over|
|One last pink oakleaf Hydrangea flower -- all the rest are brown|
|Cyclamen are starting to pop up|
That's it! We actually have rain in the forecast, and I've started moving plants around and have even planted some of the plants in the pot ghetto.
Carol at May Dreams Gardens hosts Garden Bloggers Bloom Day on the fifteenth of every month. Check out her post here, where bloggers from around the world share their flowers.