Friday at the Farm
It is cloudy, windy and cool here. I decided to see what colour remains out there to share with you. Nothing lush, but quite a few autumn blooms to be seen.
Here are some Jerusalem artichokes which try to take over the area of the barn near the pond.
Near the bridge are some grasses and agastache.
By the patio, more grasses and Verbena bonariensis.
By the barn, Kiss Me Over The garden Gate,
and Euonymus europus.
The vegetable garden is pretty much empty now. Here's the gate.
A few remaining peppers,
and a few flowers like these Prairie Sun Rudbeckia that return sometimes for another year.
Rose Mortime Sackler grows inside the gates as well:
A few Clematis Fairy Dust blooms are lingering.
Outside the fence, Crocus Rose has a few blooms,
and Anemones Honorine Joubert have begun blooming too.
Near the garage, Rose Astrid Lindgren has a few more pink blooms to enjoy.
The monkshood began blooming recently too.
In front of the house, my new coreopsis is finally blooming.
A yellow gaillardia too.
This year the Japanese anemones 'Charlotte' are prolific.
Finally, the textures of the stachys and berberis combination decorate a stretch in the very front of the house.
The colours are quite subtle but there is a bit of red sumach around to add some red colour.