As we ease into autumn, not much is happening in the garden right now. I’ve been recovering from Covid, so I haven’t spent much time tending to things out there. I’m regaining my strength and know I have a lot to tackle, but I’m just not ready yet.
Summer flowers are fading, but I’ve seen some odd spring flowers making a reappearance. Nature always surprises, doesn’t it?
In today’s Six on Saturday collage, I’ve selected a few random blooms to share. Moving from top left, and working clockwise:
- (1) Prairie Lace crepe myrtle is still looking pretty good out front. (2) The occasionally recurring Stella d’oro daylily is blooming again (3) Spiderworts are my biggest surprise. I’ve never seen them bloom this time of year. (4) Limelight hydrangea is doing well during this first year in my yard. (5) Clerodendrum bungei Cashmere bouquet is weedy, but pretty (6) A moth rests in a white Encore azalea flower.
Have a good week, everyone.