(Pink & Purple Phlox, Pink Cosmos, Black Eyed Susans, White Gaura, and Red Carpet Roses).
(Black Eyed Susan, Coreopsis, Turtlehead, Dwarf Impatience-grown from seed. It doesn't know it's supposed to be small!)
It's really beginning to look fall-like, yet there's still enough color and variety that, if you don't look too closely, you might not notice the acorns that have dropped like mad all around the yard! Instead, your eye might be drawn to the remaining blooms that still grace the gardens:
Salvia with Carpet Rose, Agastache and Phlox)
Agastache (L) and Impatience (R)
Here we have part of the back yard:
There are more--plants in the original pots from garden centers--that I still haven't put in the ground. We are having some nice days next week, in the 60's, so I plan to do that then. To see more Garden Blogger Bloom Day posts from around the world, visit Carol's May Dreams Gardens.
--Today I am thankful for warm temperatures and flowers, which help me feel like it's still spring in October;-)
Words and photos by Jan Huston DobleThanks For 2 Day.