It is four months since I first joined in with May Dreams Gardens’ Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. I wish I had kept up with it every month, but life and the Little Weeds keep getting in the way – the same goes for my garden hence its rather shambolic state in September. Next year, I promise myself, it will all be different. Who am I kidding? But here goes for my September blooms:
The Erigeron karvinskianus I planted with Stachys byzantina next to Bergenia is still going strong by our front gate!
I cut a load of this Nepeta back but it has a strong survival instinct and has woven itself through the Daphne.
The purple gladioli I bought at Chelsea are about to come into flower.
We brush past this lovely fennel each time we walk to or from our front door.
Love this white Anemone x hybrida (Honorine Jobert?) by our front steps.
Tess of the d’Urbevilles rose from David Austin with white valerian and the last of the Crocosmia.
Still to find a permanent home: Echeveria ‘Duchess of Nuremburg’ and Sedum ‘Red Cauli’.
White begonias still blooming outside the French windows.
Ajuga repens and Verbena bonariensis – what has made all those holes in the ajuga?
Last of the summer vine (sorry).