Its one of those mid October days where summer lingers. It’s warm out, foggy and damp, and the sun is trying to break through. We have only had a light frost so there is much that is still blooming in the garden. Not for long though.
From a distance, the garden looks like this – getting a bit tired
But up close we have this – mums and asters and dahlias
A close up of the mums – these are from my mom – I’ve had them for decades
Smoke bush, sedum and iris foliage
Marigolds, celosia, and wild flowers
Allium – I think this one is “Ozawa”
Toad lilies, salvia, and a black eyed susan
Gorgeous blue monkshood
Some campanula and other offerings from the rock garden
And a rose to round out the tour
Your garden looks gorgeous even in autumn’s decline. Lots of great blooms still. Happy GBBD!
Wow, you still really have lots of color and blooms. I simply love your full garden shots, instead of a flower here and a flower there.
Those Mums are beautiful!
Love the Toad Lilies and Monkshood, too!
lovely hues that bring peace and calm…a settling down and resting before going to sleep. lovely effect.
So many lovely blooms, especially after a frost! The mums are beautiful. Happy Bloom Day!