|Yellow Knockout Rose|
Ever think you don't have much going on in the garden then after a little stroll, realize you have plenty going on? Just because you do not see vibrant colors in thick masses, does not mean much in my GEORGIA GARDENS. After a little stroll with Camera in hand, I spotted many things in bloom.
First time I have had luck with them in my garden.
|Again, another annual that I don't seem to have much luck growing. But this year, these gold ones took off.|
|Self-seeder but only a couple plants verses the masses I would prefer.|
|Yellow 4 O'clock|
|More Self-Seeders that I enjoy especially the sweet scent of these small beauties.|
|These beauties pop up all over my garden in many different styles.|
|Bright Pink Penta's|
|An annual that had a slow start in my garden this year with too much rain fall this summer. Once the rains stopped, they took off. |
|A new Lantana I planted this Summer. Hopefully, it will become a large Bush for me some day.|
|I enjoy Tropical Plants in my garden until late Fall. |
|This Pink Geranium gave me a good show this summer.|
|I snapped this pic a day before our first visit of Jack Frost. Angel did not fair too well after that visit. Sigh...|
|I love the continued blooms of Penta's and so do the Deer! This time of year, I let the wildlife enjoy the garden as I feel for them with winter approaching. |
|Autumn Sage putting off a Glow with bright Red Blooms. Tiny but the bees love it.|
All Perwinkle in the garden were volunteer but one this year. I love the way they reseed year after year for me.
The Lily I showed you last week continues to bloom. I do believe this is the last bloom of the year for her though.
|Pink 4 O'clock|
|I like Pink and Purple together.|
This Dragon Begonia keeps on giving and giving to me! I picked up this beauty over a year ago and over wintered it inside last winter. She came back like gangbusters and was so tall this summer that it fell over from being Top Heavy. I lost half of the plant but once clipped, I set her back into her spot and just look at her shine! I love this plant and plan to over winter her again this winter.
Purple and White calls in the Bees.
The Bees are really enjoying these blooms!
|Ruellia (Wild Petunia)|
The Ruellia has done well this summer and I have taken some shoots and transplanted them in other gardens.
I just love the constant blooms of Ruellia..
This Lantana has finally become a Bush for me! I am happy as I have been waiting for several years now.
Heather returns for me each year but slow to start then takes off with Summer in the air.
The Cleome did not do so well for me this Summer. Too much Rainfall kept it yellowing but this one tells a different story. I have sprouts coming up now but doubt they will see full maturity as our days are now cooler.
I almost lost this beauty due to excessive rain fall. That has not been an issue the past month plus! So she sprang back to life. This is the one and only Perwinkle I planted this year. I hope to get some seeds to toss about for another year of joy from this one.
|Black and Blue Salvia|
The Bees are enjoying this one right now as it is a late bloomer for me.
Love that true Blue color of this repeat beauty.
A pleasant scent comes from this little bush. The Dainty Blooms seem to never stop!
Several Bees were hunkered down on this pretty wild flower that decided to pop up in my garden.
The Snowball bush has decided to be a Repeat bloomer for me this fall. The blooms are not as large as they are in the Spring but pretty just the same.
I love repeat bloomers.
And I love Volunteers plants as well. Such as this Pink Perwinkle that popped up inside the Wishing Well. I did not plant it there but sometimes, Self-Seeders spread their seeds in the most perfect spot! Ha, I don't have masses of blooming plants but with a little stroll, I found many OCTOBER BLOOMS, In the Garden...