Potato Queen and Mulch Boy
Your sedum bloomed TWICE? Or are those last year's dried flowers on the ground?
YES, this was a second bloom this summer. I don't understand it either, but who am I to question why?
aloha,this is my first time on your blog, congrats on your first bloom day post, i love what you have presented to us this september
Welcome to Bloom Day! Your garden sure looks like it's off to a good start. I think the tall thing might be a Verbascum.
@Noel: Thanks! I realized later I forgot to take any pictures in the backyard--of my butterfly bush and its butterflies, or my indomitable pink Knockout rose. Phooey!@QBC: Verbascum! Now, should I be happy about that or should I be yanking it out before it takes over?
You have every right to be proud of those black-eyed Susans--they're lovely! Welcome to GBBD; I hope you'll join us every month. And by the way, my pile of weeds usually looks as big or bigger than yours:)
congrats on the geranium I gave one that looks very similar to my in-laws for planting near their front stoop. Now I wish I could sneak back and steal it for one of my perennial gardens...particularly the one that is dominated by brown stalks and a dead hop vine :)-and a belated congrats on your garden rant post!