I thought it was time we went on another tour of the garden since it is Fall now and the garden has changed a lot in the last couple of weeks. I made the above collage with some flowers that are blooming now so you wouldn't get tired of me dragging you all around the garden.
this shot was taken about a week ago and I wanted to show you the long view of the pergola that my clever husband built. We have decided to leave it unpainted and let it age to gray.See, I do have one practical bone in my body after all!
Looking down the other end. I am hoping to get some vines growing through the lattice.I did plant a wisteria a few years ago that i hope to prune and train along the top. Any suggestions for the other side?
This is another project Andrew finished this summer. He is definitely a keeper! I think it has already started to age into the garden. I planted a sweet autumn clematis on one corner and a jackmani on the other but I also planted morning glory on each side for a quick fix,
The darker Bonica rose is putting on a pretty good show again.
Martha's garden a couple of weeks ago.
Martha's garden now-you can see the Virginia Creeper is starting to turn now. We have had frost a few nights already.
A new clematis blooming
The cone flowers are putting on a good show still.
I like this color combo. the rose is Linda Campbell and the geranium is the ever blooming Roxanne.
David phlox is still blooming.
joe pye weed is a nice late bloomer
our elderberry bushes are loaded with berries for the birds.
Autumn joy sedum and Karl Forester grass with Bright Eyes phlox
Still a few daylily blooms around here.
the Japanese anemone is starting to bloom
this pee gee hydrangea can't hold up his head the blooms are so heavy
a mix of phlox and sedum.
Dr rupple is still putting out some showy blooms
This is the side view of pergola a week ago
I hope you enjoyed seeing our fall garden .
Thank you for touring the garden with me.