|Aster novae angliae (New England Aster) -- with a friendly fly visitor|
|Liriope muscari 'variegata' (Variegated Liriope)|
|Agastache 'Purple Pygmy' with a lighter, orangy-yellow Agastache variety that I planted last year,|
which I seem to have forgotten the name of.
|Carpet Rose (red and pink varieties) and hips from Rosa rugosa|
|Buddleia davidii 'Adonis Blue' (L) & a lighter blue variety -- with a spider friend|
|Clockwise, from top: Chelone (Pink Turtlehead), Sedum 'Autumn Joy',|
Salvia greggii 'Flame', Salvia greggii 'Wild Thing', Commonelina communis (Common Dayflower -
a 'weed' to some), and center: Kalimeris pinnatafida (Japanese Aster)
In various areas around the front, side and back yards, I have annuals both in the ground, and in pots:
For more mid-September blooms, visit Carol's May Dreams Gardens, where gardeners around the world feature what is currently blooming in their gardens.
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