Note: Updated this post to include a couple more photos after receiving a comment request. Enjoy!
Each year, as September rolls around with all the flurry of shopping for school, returning to work, I take a pause to look at my garden.
It is, in fact, a brief stay to appreciate the last blooms, assess which flowers flourished and those that did otherwise.
Coreopsis plants were the most prolific bloomers in this garden this summer along with the lavender that is forming a border for the perennials. Red geraniums also added spots of colour amidst the traditional perennials.
On the down side, nasturtium flowers were scarce unlike previous years in the container garden on my deck.
Finally, I have decided to discontinue planting impatiens as it does not seem to fare so well here.
Wishing everyone an enjoyable September as gardens wind down. 🙂
- Coreopsis – Good Plant for Butterfly Gardens (jackikellum.wordpress.com)
- Perennial Gardening The Right Way (perennialgardening.wordpress.com)
- The Bare Essentials (busylizzieat177.wordpress.com)