It's nearing mid-September; the weather is cooler and leaves are beginning to fall. We're a week away from the official start of Autumn and already there's a noticeable difference with less daylight. However, there's still a fair bit of colour in the garden and the veg is still producing. Here's a little overview of what's in flower.
Left: Hydrangea shrub.
'Dwarf Alaska Mixed Colours' - a lovely plant and easy to grow from seed.|
Below: Tom Thumb fuschia - dies down in Winter and comes up every Spring.
|Above: Crocosmia Lucifer (red one) and an orange coloured crocosmia.|
Below: Crocosmia and Sedum are so easy to divide I've ended up with some in most areas of the garden.
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