Like all other garden bloggers I take alot of pictures of my garden. I want the glamour shots as much as anyone does but this post is more about the garden the way it really is- imperfections and all.
This is a good example of what the weekend was like here. Sunday was cold and windy with drizzle on and off all day.
My noid aster that was supposed to be Climbing Aster. It appears to be a variety of Aromatic Aster.
This Groundsel bush seeded into a foundation bed right at the corner of my house. I'll probably have to get rid of it after this season because of its size but I really like this native and I'm enjoying it this year. At least I now know what a young one looks like for future reference.
This is what the individual volunteer Georgia Asters look like- not much of a statement but still irresistable to me.
The spring show has been meager on this Forsythia but I really love the fall color.
A distant view of Chrysanthemum 'Single Apricot Koren' from a cross the big bed.
More Swamp Sunflower:)
This Muhly pic is from Monday 10.19- we had a light frost this morning(10.20). Arrggh- here's hoping!
This Nolina suffered some winter damage and was bedraggled for much of the season this year. I'm glad to see it looking this good with a bonus self seeded Aromatic aster as a companion.
My offering of wabi-sabi: Hibiscus grandiflorus.
For a more polished views of the flowers in my garden stay tuned...