‘Neon’ sedum, ‘The Fairy’ rose, ‘Alma Potchke’ aster
Even in the fall my garden is full of shades of pink.
Japanese anemone robustissima.
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Perennials, Roses | Pat September 25, 2013
By Lisa at Greenbow, September 25, 2013 @ 5:04 am
Perfectly pink pretties.
By Pat, September 25, 2013 @ 7:53 am
Lisa – Do you think anyone would ever intuit that pink – or red – is my favorite color?
By Grace Peterson, September 25, 2013 @ 12:33 pm
Hi Pat, Thank you for visiting my blog. Nice to meet you. We had a huge anomalous rain storm about two weeks ago and it has really made a difference in the vibrancy of the sedums. In other words, they’re REALLY pink! What’s not to love about that, right? Of course, Alma is doing her best to light up the garden and I love your Japanese anemone. Every year I think I’m going to dig mine up because I get tired of waiting for the flowers but then they bloom and win me over once again.
I must check out your book. I’m an author too. Cheers.
By Grace Peterson, September 25, 2013 @ 12:38 pm
Just purchased the Kindle version of your book. Looks very interesting!
By Pat, September 25, 2013 @ 4:16 pm
Grace – I am jealous of your rain, but it certainly made your plants glow. I hope you enjoy the book.
By Donna@Gardens Eye View, September 25, 2013 @ 6:34 pm
Pat I love seeing the autumn pink as it is lovely against the purples and yellows.
By Casa Mariposa, September 25, 2013 @ 8:54 pm
I always seem to have a lot of pink in my garden, too. But that’s just fine with me. I just love anemones. They are definitely worth the wait.
By Nan, September 25, 2013 @ 10:19 pm
i have the autumn joy sedum which my mother in law gave us years ago. such a treat at this time of year.
By Rose, September 27, 2013 @ 8:26 pm
I love every shade of pink! By the way, I think I’ve lamented here before that my Japanese anemone has never bloomed. The other day I noticed that I finally have some blooms–I’m so excited! They’re white, though:)
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