Mid October at Leticia's Garden

Agastache 'Tutti Frutti'

Joining  May Dreams Gardens for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. 

Well, fall and October are here! And my garden is full of flowers, very happy about this!
 Unlike the other years, that I end up having the usual mums,
this year I got plants blooming and I'm proud to say they are not only mums. 

Salvia 'Dancing Dolls'


This cone flower is blooming at full speed!

These Dahlias, have been blooming all the way from spring non stop!
I love when the petals mix with the ground cover plumbago.

Fall phlox, Phlox Paniculata

White Wood Aster, Eurybia divaricata

Bleeding Heart, Dicentra 'King of Heats'

Bleeding heart is one of the plants that I'm very happy to have! 
They like shade, for so long I've looking for a plant for my full of shade corner.
 It blooms in the spring and then again at the fall.

Bleeding Heart, Dicentra 'King of Heats'

Salvia 'Hot Lips'

Black eyed Susan

Small's Beardstongue, Penstemon smallii

Penstemon and salvia.

Lantana still full of flowers! A very good plant to have, it provides nectar for butterflies 
from spring 'till frost. I like to use it as a backdrop to showcase my yellow dahlia.

Mistflower, conoclinium coelestimun

Anemone 'Pretty Lady Emily'
I can't believe how pretty these anemones are! 
The one above grows up to 20", good for the front of the border. And the one below
 grows up to 2', for the back of the border. And they are great for the shaded areas.

Anemone 'September Charm'
And these are some of the flowers at my garden in October. Thank your for reading!


  1. Your flowers are gorgeous! I especially liked the photo of the Salvia Dancing Dolls. Bleeding hearts will always remind me of a beautiful bleeding heart plant my neighbor had in Portland, Oregon where I lived as a small child. My neighbor was a very wonderful lady...and she could make the best rice pudding/ arroz con leche; I remember her sending some over for me once when I was ill. One lovely flower can bring back many sweet memories!

  2. Que colores más bonitos. No me extraña que estés orgulosa de él, está precioso. La anémona y el corazón sangrante me gustan mucho.
    Me alegra mucho volver a verte por aquí;))
    Gracias por tus deseos ...Vamos a por los 50:))
    Un beso.

  3. What an impressive show of blooms! And beautiful photos. I love seeing other gardens around the ocuntry.

  4. What a wonderful diversity of blooms you have! I tried growing that agastache a couple of years ago and it didn't do well for me, but yours is so lovely, I'm inspired to try again - maybe in a different location in the garden.