End of August
Where oh where did this summer go? I canÂt believe tomorrow is the last day of August. Yesterday I took a walk about with my camera so I thought IÂd share my morning walk with you.
Although the daylilies are done the driveway garden still offers lots of color and texture. The containers are so great for end of season color.
The large urn has completely filled in and is so pretty against the Sambucus
These little evergreens and heathers provide color and structure when all the herbaceous perennials have died back.
The Purple Emperor Sedum is wonderful against the Sambucus
This fuchsia standard is a couple years old now
IÂm thinking of expanding the mailbox garden and planting one of these Miscanthus Morning Light there this fall. IÂll see how much energy I have left after tucking all the tender plants away for the winter.
IÂm loving this Fuchsia Golden Marenka hope to be able to winter them over this year. I picked up four plants on sale at the Keene, NH flower show in the spring and theyÂve really done well for me this summer.
This Fuchsia Billy Greene has absolutely outdone itself this year.
And behind the Billy Green is this lovely plant, Fuchsia Sunray
You can see my garden helper's feet under the urn. I guess he didn't want to have his face up on the internet.