On this Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day in my Massachusetts hilltop garden we have come through only one good frost, but the garden is slowly falling to sleep. Thomas Affleck is still blooming, and sporadic blossoms are still being thrown out by The Fairy, Meideland red and white, Hawkeye Belle and Knock Out Double Red.
Grandpa Ott is a morning glory that is still blooming, in front of the house and down in the Potager, as we grandly call the vegetable garden. The Potager is still enjoying blooming annual salvia, annual gomphrena, zinnias, and Agastache ‘Cana’ which will definitely have to be divided in the spring!
The standard blue lobelia has been quietly blooming all summer long.
I love my Japanese anemone – and so do the deer. Not much is left of her.
‘Starlet’ spoon mum is struggling a bit, but I appreciate her golden face.
Fall is time for asters, but pink Alma Potchke is already gone.
Sheffield daisies, sheffies, are wonderful strong growers that bloom into October. Mine have barely started. My Montauk daisies have also barely begun.
I will end the Garden Blogger’s Bloom Day post with some sunny nasturtiums. The day itself promises sunny, and time to get out and continue cutting back and cleaning the garden.
Thank you Carol for hosting Garden Bloggers’s Bloom Day. I’ve gotten a headstart today but you’ll be able to see what else is blooming all over the country here.