begonias are still going strong
Coleus looks beautiful against the yellow leaves of my hosta. I took a few cuttings to root.
Feverfew is re-blooming with more blossoms yet to open
This is my favorite mum. I don't know the actual name of it - I get many of my plants from friends and the original names don't come with them. I should pick a bouquet of these and bring them to work before the wind demolishes them.
Jupiter's Beard and rust-colored mum
2nd blooming of lavender, alyssum doing great now that the hot, dry summer is over
miniature rose bush hanging in there
Climbing roses still working their way up the arbor
Turtle head not done yet
Morning glories and snapdragons
I let my morning glories come up wherever they want, which is all over my yard. Occasionally I have to pull some out when they threaten to strangle another plant. It's such a joy to go out in the morning and wander about looking for their pretty little blossoms greeting me with the morning sun. They have migrated to my back yard and are now growing in with my raspberries. That could become a problem - I'll have to stay on top of them next year.
Speaking of raspberries - look at what is still growing in my yard! I've been picking and eating them right at the bushes - no chance of them making their way into the house.
For all the east coast bloggers - stay safe and dry the next couple of days.