Here are some pictures of what I have blooming at my garden in the middle of November.
Last night was the first time the temperatures got really low around here. I walked through my
garden this morning to see what the frost had done and the only flowers I saw damaged were the
dahlias and black eyed susans. Which made me very happy because not just I get to enjoy many of
my flowers for a little longer, but I can also use the pictures I had already taken for this post!
|'Dancing Dolls' Salvia, and Black Eyed Susan|
|Johnny Jump Up|
|Plumbago on left bottom and Blanket Flower|
|Salvia 'Hot Lips'|
|After blooming Anemone 'September Charm'|
|Blue Salvia and Penstemon|
|Clematis on the fence with Lantana in the back|
|Knock Out Rose|
|Lily 'Happy Returns'|
|Blanket Flower and unknown plants|
But I have to confess, it is also full of weeds, as you can see in the picture above.
After not caring for my garden for 2 years, the lilies, evening primroses and black eyed
susans, have taken over. In the last couple of months I have been uprooting some of them
which left me with a lot of bare spots that the weeds have quickly filled in.
Currently I'm putting down mulch, which it might be a little too late, at least it'll give
some nice curb appearance to my home for the winter. Thankfully I have the cat to help me!
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