So, here's what I found today blooming in my garden.
|Sedum 'Autumn Joy' -- the bees adore it and it never fails me|
|Variegated low-growing campion -- possibly Silene uniflora 'Druett's Variegated'|
|This campion is thriving in straight gravel -- so drought-tolerant, I really should spread it around|
|A last couple of Cupid's Dart flowers|
|Fuchsia magellanica flowers all season and is so fantastically hardy -- why don't I have more of this?|
|Fuchsia magellanica aurea with its golden-tipped new foliage|
|Fuchsia magellanica aurea|
|There are a few bedraggled Monarda that look like a hummingbird war zone|
|Oakleaf Hydrangea is producing just a couple of new flowers, all the rest are now dried and buff-colored|
|Eucomis 'Sparkling Burgundy'|
|California poppies are still flowering here and there|
|Lavender flowering out by the street -- so wonderfully drought tolerant, I took cuttings the other day so I can grow more|
|One last Brugmansia flower|
|Alstroemeria 'Rock n' Roll'|
|Alstroemeria 'Indian Summer'|
|Every year I intend to save seeds from my Calendula 'Solar Flashback' and every year I neglect to do it|
|Iochroma 'Ashcott Red'|
|Pelargonium sidoides -- I took a lot of cuttings to root last year at this time, and the mother plant has bounced back|
|Aloe 'Christmas Carol'|
Well, that's it for me! I hope you still have plenty of flowers to share in your own Bloom Day posts.
Carol at My Dreams Gardens hosts GBBD, check out her post here and see lots of flowers from all around the world.