The yellow Abutilon is still adding much needed sun to a corner of the garden. This was an impulse purchase last spring, and once I got it home I realized I didn’t have a place it. It started from a tiny 2.25” pot and has done pretty good in it’s less than ideal location. The real test lies ahead with the winter months.
I’m almost ready to cut this Eucomis and bring it inside so we can enjoy it, since we aren’t spending much time outside now.
And the Sea Oats dry so nicely I should do the same with them.
Fatsia Japonica getting all crazy…I love this plant. I really should get another one.
The Cannas seem too tired to actually open their blooms; the motivating sun hasn’t been seen much lately.
Still enjoying the blooms on this mystery grass which just appeared this summer.
A single bright Fuchsia bloom. Don’t know why I ended up with this plant, it’s so not me.
An inherited (from previous owners) Pieris japonica is getting ready to bloom; looks like it will be a prolific year.
Visit May Dreams Gardens to see what else is blooming around the world November 15th…