Bloom Day, Sept. 15, 2011

The male yellow finches have begun to shed their brilliant yellow plumage in favor of their winter wear.  Temperatures this morning hovered around 40 F.  A few timid leaves have started to give up their green and the bald cypress in the front yard is trying to decide when it should turn bronze.  Fall is here, if not officially, then spiritually.

Below are today’s bloomin’ stars.

Julia Child Rose
New This Season, Sweet Autumn Clematis and Delphinium Against the West Fence in Lower Garden
Limelight Hydrangea Gets Ready for Winter Bouquets
Honorine Joubert Anemone
A Couple of Volunteer Sun Flowers Left By the Birds, And White Carpet Rose
Rose of Sharon Buds Catch the Morning Sun


Potted Mums and Geraniums in Entrance Garden
The Morning Sun Catches Sweet Autumn Clematis

5 thoughts on “Bloom Day, Sept. 15, 2011

  1. Ooo… That hydrangea is so pretty. Will that be blooming until snowfall? Also, love the Anemone shot. Very cool. Everything is looking beautiful!

  2. Everything is so beautiful! I just love the Julia Child rose. It is such a reliable performer. We planted one this year and I am blown away by how much it’s grown and how beautiful it is. As for the rest of your blossoms, just gorgeous. Fall may be coming, but you are certainly getting some gorgeous autumn color just the same!

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