favorite Dahlia saved and stored for two seasons..no name as it came in a mixed package
Dahlia "Angels of 7A"
The cleomes are an expected presence in our Roses Bed every fall. We are taking them down now before they seed too much..yes there is such thing as too many Cleomes.
Spider flower (Cleome) - reseeds itself every year
Rosa "Sunny Knock Out®" - such easy to grow and a very long repeat bloomer
Chrysantemum "Harmony" (Dendranthema)
Sedum "Angelina" front with Sedum sieboldii (in bloom) tucked under Corydalis Lutea - another great bloomer all year in this part shade garden
Knotweed or Persicaria virginiana "Painter's Pallette" with the very "dangerous" but pretty red seeds
Toad lily clump
Toad lily or Tricyrtis Hirta "Myiazaki" - close look
Japanese primulas are May bloomers but the younger seedlings that just grew this year are confused and give us a couple blooms in the fall.
Japanese Anemone or Anemone hybrida "Party Dress"
I tried this plant with limited success in the past years. I always loose it after the first or second winter. This year I found a young plant at a nursery in spring and as you can see this is no longer a seedling. I hope that being in better soil than in previous years and having more time to establish will ensure winter survival. Chocolate leaves and shiny deep purple stems make a wonderful contrast to green foliage plants and to the white flowers it bears in September and October. Long bloomer.
Chocolate Joe Pye Weed or Eupatorium rugosum "Chocolate"
Beautyberry shrub or Callicarpa Dichotoma
and the last of the veggies picked right one time before the first frost
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