The beginning of September has definitely started to feel like Autumn with slightly cooler nights and mornings. This is one of my favourite times of year, with summer flowers still producing usually up until the first frost, which I'm betting will be in late October.
Left: One of my younger delphinium plants has decided to have a late flowering. A nice surprise.
Also Zinnia 'Giants of California' are flowering. These were grown from seed started indoor in May.
Left and below: the same photo from different angles to show the right and left sides of the flower border, and path in between.
|Feeling like Autumn is near, with phlox and crocosmia.|
|Above: Late summer colour, including kale and leek in the border.|
Below: Sedum Autumn Joy is beginning to go from green, to pink, to red, to burgundy. A great plant!
Bring on an Indian Summer!
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