Friday, September 14, 2007

Sept GBBD - I'll be late!

Hi everyone! I just wanted to get something up quickly. Due to some previous commitments I haven't been able to post lately, and will not be in touch until a couple of days. I have taken some photos of the few NEW blooms and will post them later. In the meantime, here is my favorite combination of plants: Russian sage, Sunset Hyssop, Ava Agastache, Autumn Joy Sedum, Pink Cloud Saliva (on rebloom) and some other misc. plants. Also, a Silver Sage that is heading out... figured that counts as a "bloom." Have a great GBBD. I will look forward to checking in with all of you when I get back to my computer. It will be an interesting month of blooms, for sure!









10 comments:

Carol said...

I knew when I got here, I'd see some beautiful flowers and I was not disappointed. Thanks for posting for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day.

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

LostRoses said...

You have a beautiful heading-into-fall garden, Bev. Can't wait to see the NEW blooms, since your old ones are so spectacular!

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Your garden is looking good for Bloggers Blooms Day! Still lots and lots to see.

Annie in Austin said...

Your Russian sage is lovely, Bev - grown with space and sun where it can reach its full potential... if mine knew how yours look they'd be charging me with plant cruelty and moving to Colorado.

And you can grow liriope, too? Interesting climate you have there!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Marie said...

Oh, so many beautiful flowers! I visit you almost every day! I wisj you a nice weekend :o)

Blackswamp_Girl said...

Wow... I never would have thought to put the agastache right next to the Russian sage, but it looks amazing. I like the leaves on that lamium in the last picture, too--very silvery and yet green all at the same time.

Pam/Digging said...

Your Russian sage is all you need to make the rest of us jealous, Bev. But I'll be back to see what else you've got when you return.

Sue Swift said...

I've really enjoyed seeing everyone's photos of sage this GBD. I'm going to be putting on my list of things to try out next year!

Robin's Nesting Place said...

I love Russian sage and your large clusters of it is beautiful. Can't wait to see more.

Bev said...

Thank you all for your comments and for visiting my blog. I love to hear from you. I have been busy with a part time job and haven't been able to find the time to blog lately. I hope to catch up soon!