It’s Bloomin’ Tuesday again and I have few blooms to show you of perennials that are making their second or final flush of the season. For more posts or to join in this week please visit MsGreenThumb.
Salvia ‘Black & Blue’ is putting on another flush of blooms at the moment. This is new to me this year and so far I am quite impressed with the color and the amount of wildlife it attracts to the garden.
The Hemerocallis ‘Stella d’Oro’ is a great reblooming daylilly for the summer and fall garden. She has had several flushes of bloom this year and is putting out her last small flush for the season.
I realize that my ‘Blackseeded’ Simpson Lettuce isn’t a bloom, but I thought I would show you how much it has grown over the past month. My son is eagerly awaiting me picking it. He said it looks delicious. 🙂
The fall Pansies I planted in place of the summer blooming Periwinkles are blooming now. These cool weather flowers should last right up until next May when the heat sets in again. I still have Toadlillies, Turtlehead, White Swan Coneflowers, Butterfly Bush and Salvia Mystic Spires blooming in the garden too. What’s still blooming in your fall garden right now?