Labor Day

Summer isn’t over yet.  Labor Day weekend finds the garden still putting on a show.

A new anemone

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Toad lily

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Saponaria in the soapstone sink trough

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Sedum ‘Madrona’
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Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ and Smokebush

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Sunflower
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Verbena bonariensis
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A whole bunch of pretty stuff in the morning

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Self heal
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ColeusP1040055

Mountain mint from friend Sue B.

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These morning glories re-seed avery year

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Sedums in the front bed
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New Guinea Impatiens in an old cast iron pot we found at our first house in Simsbury, CT in 1978

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Tree frog in the succulent trough

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Fall anemone – new this yearP1040129

Ligularia
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CannaP1040127

And when the garden looks great what do you do?  You have a garden party!

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Lanterns after dark
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Brugmansia in the spotlight

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What a grand summer in the garden!

 

 

 

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