Most of the asters, in particular, are dotted with blue and purple, a prelude to the. September highlights for bloom day the selection of flowers in the small sunny garden in september still speaks distinctly of summer.
What was most surprising, however, was that there were plants in bloom then that i haven't a chance of finding in september now, like acanthus and shasta daisy.
September bloom day not quite fall. I could go on for another month or two but things are starting to show signs of turning to fall. September bloom day is here as the forest trees take on the first light blush of autumn. Cleome and nicotiana (tobacco flower) are just two of the many.
He doubts the photo blooming lilac we saw is the old fashioned kind. Maybe it's because i love summer and hate to see it go, but it seems like much less than a month since i posted for august's bloom day. 16 september, 2013 by dee nash.
There are still many wonderful things happening here and there, though, so i hope you’ll join me for a closer look. Again i missed the traditional garden bloggers’ bloom day on the 15th, but it’s still september, so here i go. Okay, so technically i’m a little premature with fall planting, but patience has never been my strong suit.
September 15, 2012by carol michel92 comments. Let’s start with the perennials that are still in bloom, or just coming into flower. Welcome to my september garden!
Here in my usda hardiness zone 6b garden, we are recovering from the drought of ’12, having been blessed with quite a bit of rain in august and now september. I intend to show more detail in my next post, but in the interests of actually finishing this post before midnight, i'm leaving out about half the photos i (painstakingly) chose for this bloom day :). September 14, 2007 sweet autumn clematis our second spring has arrived in austin, and the garden is abloom.
Here in my usda hardiness zone 6a garden in central indiana, the colchicums are up and flowering. Nevertheless, time marches on, and now we're very near the autumnal equinox. 15 september 2013 on edible gardens, fall, flowers, garden bloggers' bloom day, growing gardens, organic gardening.
They are a nice, bright surprise, blooming where little else is showing color. As the years pass by, the month of september has become one of my favorite times in the garden as temperatures moderate into the upper 70's, blue skies are frequent and humid days turn into less humid ones. Garden bloggers bloom day september, 2013.
Welcome to garden bloggers’ bloom dayfor september 2012. As you can imagine, the current garden views aren’t at all photogenic, and i was seriously considering skipping bloom day altogether this month. For more info about the plants below just click on the picture & you'll be whisked away to our fine website for.
That's it for my september blooms! We've got rain in the forecast for the weekend (everyone but me is excited about that) and the sunlight is no longer at it's summer angle. And this past summer has been a difficult one for the garden, not so much because of extreme heat as because of an unusually high number of windstorms.
One week away from the beginning of autumn. This bloom day, salvias are the stars of the garden, but plenty of other perennials and vines are strutting their stuff too. Happy garden bloggers' bloom day ya'll!
Shades of fall on garden bloggers’ bloom day september 16, 2019 september 18, 2019 by garden337 it’s time for the anemones, and honorine joubert glows, even. Nothing much new to report for september bloom day, hosted by carol at may dreams gardens. Moving to the front of the house and the porch, the roses are not blooming a lot, as they are preparing for the september flush, but there are still a few rose blooms here and there, especially in imogen and roald dahl— my two workhorse roses.
Nearby, the 'coral nymph' salvia has also been a faithful summer bloomer. September here in new hampshire, as in many places, is a month of changeability. Anything new in bloom here is from fall planting.
“roses bloom until a hard. September 15, 2021 by carol 20 comments. A big thanks goes out to carol at may dreams gardens for hosting the worldwide monthly flower sharing fest.
Carol, our bloom day czar wanted to know if fall is whispering its arrival where you are? Many of the perennial summer flowers now have seedheads instead of blooms, while the fall flowers have either just begun to flower or are on the verge. I think it is shouting.
Welcome to garden bloggers’ bloom day for september 2021. 16 september, 2013 filed under: Autumn came early, first in the form of our preparations for hurricane irene and then with the arrival of the monarchs and dragonflies.
These are multiplying enough that next spring, i may dig and divide them. Keep your fingers crossed for us. September bloom (and animal) day.
Even though hydrangea serrata 'preziosa' has techically been done blooming for a while, the faded flowers are still showy. The japanese anemones are one of the stars of the early fall garden. Hydrangea paniculata 'limelight' seems to be blooming late this year but when i look back at bloom day last september it appears to be at about the same stage.
It's been a hot and dry summer and the garden is tired. I still had lawn in those days and everything was getting much more water than my summer garden gets now. My garden is an a sort of transition period between summer and fall.
Containers on the deck filled with flowers and foliage.