|Little Women, a StoryBook rose|
|Pineapple sage, Salvia elegans|
|Sedum 'Autumn Joy'|
|Mexican mint marigold, Tagetes lucida|
|Black-eyed Susan vine (with moon vine in the background)|
|Flame anisacanthus, Anisacanthus wrightii|
The flame anisacanthus is still blooming, hoping for any late-arriving hummingbirds. This is one plant that likes its ROOM. Even though it was cut back twice this year, it's still 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide.
|'Lanai Bright Pink' verbena amongst creeping rosemary|
|'Whirling Butterflies' gaura|
|'Hip Hop' euphorbia and 'Little Grape' gomphrena|
|Smooshing down the new soil|
|New trellis for 'Red Cascade' miniature climbing rose|
The fall colors are starting here (finally). I really should have taken a photo of some of the crapemyrtles around town instead of this weedy Chinese tallow tree. The crapemyrtles really look like they're on fire!
|Oakleaf hydrangea finally starting to turn|
Be sure to visit Carol's blog, May Dreams Gardens, to see other GBBD posts from around the world.
This post was written by Jean McWeeney for my blog Dig, Grow, Compost, Blog. Copyright 2010. Please contact me for permission to copy, reproduce, scrape, etc.