Garden Blogger's Bloom Day - September 2020
|Sumac 'Tiger Eyes', Helenium 'Sahin's Early Flowerer' (Sneezeweed), Aster 'Kickin' Purple'|
Although the Pacific Northwest is enveloped in a cloud of smoke and haze at the moment, a recent article indicates that plants may actually get some benefits. Looking at the garden right now, I don't see any of them suffering. In fact, there are lots of blooms to share for September.
If the photos have a slight sepia tone, you will understand.
|Hydrangea 'Ruby Slippers'|
|Rose 'Lady Emma Hamilton'|
|Echinacea 'White Swan' and Dorycnium hirsutum
(Silver Lotus Clover)|
Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Redhead' and Juniperus conferta 'All Gold'
|Salvia 'Hot Lips' and Sedum 'Cherry Truffle'|
|A confused rhododendron|
Epilobium septentrionalis ‘Select Mattole’ (California Fuchsia)
|Caryopteris 'Good as Gold'|
|Hibiscus 'Purple Pillar' (Rose of Sharon)|
|Hydrangea 'Rave' ('Let's Dance')|
|Spanish Flag vine (Ipomoea lobata) and Rose 'Gold Medal'|
|Star Flower 'Patti's Pink' (Isotoma axillaris)|
|Himalayan Honeysuckle (Leycesteria formosa 'Jealousy')|
|Rose 'Home Run' |
|Sedum and Rose 'Double Delight'|
|Crape Myrtle 'Catawba' (Lagerstoemia)|
Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for creating Garden Blogger's Bloom Day. Follow the link to find other bloggers who are sharing their blooms this month.