My mid September garden glows with the deepening hues caused by a few early morning frosts. The hydrangea have turned a blushing warm rose.
Daylily Baby Valentine is one of the last daylilies to bloom in the garden.
Liatris has mostly gone to seed with the exception of a few stray blooms.
The obedient plant has been frolicking in the wind today~ it was hard to get a shot in focus.
Weigela is reblooming although not as profusely as in the spring.
This white phlox has just begun to bloom.
Deep purple buds of Actaea simplex~ Hillside Black Beauty, add to the intense fall palette.
Wild aster always shows up in the garden.
The last of the sunflower bloom is an interesting sight with it's large geometric form.
Other sunflowers have yet to come into their prime.
Today is Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. If you'd like to participate, Visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens. There you will find gardeners from all over the world posting what's currently growing in their gardens.