Bloom Day, Oct. 15

High winds today which means a lot of leaves will fall.  The garden is winding down for the season.

Annual Red Salvia
Honorine Jobert Anemone and a Fallen Maple Leaf
Callie, Loving Up the Japanese Maple and a Single Stokesia Bloom
Toad Lily (Tricyrtis hirta)

Author: garden337

I am a gardener, a singer, a writer, a professor, a cook. I love vibrant colors and fine details. I write, I teach, I sing, I plant, I cook.

8 thoughts on “Bloom Day, Oct. 15”

  1. We had high winds today too, so much so that I had trouble taking pictures of a couple of my flowering plants. I’ve seen so many gardens (such as yours) with toad lilies – I have a lot of shady areas and I think I am being given a hint as to what to plant for next year. Happy GBBD.

    1. I couldn’t include everything that was blooming that day, either. The winds really whipped through our for a couple of days.

    1. Thank you! That wasn’t an arranged thing, either. I love it when composition and light come together in happy accidents.

    1. thank you! The winds were so high that day that I couldn’t really take a lot of pictures of the other color in the garden. Hard to believe that everything is buttoning up for the winter. Where did summer go?? 🙂

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