Summer has extended right into September here.
At the end of September, trees are just starting to turn.
Lots of blooms still out in the garden.
The familiar mums in red and yellow.
Japanese anemones – single white and double pink.
Perfect conditions for the reblooming iris, and a daylily blooming again.
The fall crocus are just about finished, but I found a few still standing.
Monkshood is such a beautiful blue.
The Rose of Sharon shrub finally gets to show off.
And the miniature roses are full of blooms again.
Toad lilies have such interesting, orchid-like blooms.
The asters in pink and purple are always a highlight of the fall garden.
I’m so glad there are still flowers to enjoy. I’m not quite ready to give it all up just yet.