My Morden Snowbeauty is in week two of its second flush. I couldn't be more pleased with this lovely beauty.
The pale pink buds are opening this time a little pinker than the first pure white flush and it is really rather enchanting.
My annual pelargoniums will bloom right into the fall if last year is any indication.
And are a welcome counterpoint to all the rosy complexions out there.
My delightful little fairy bells are in full bloom again. This is my first year with them and I hope they make it through the winter as I am rather charmed with their tiny dancing when a breeze blows over them.
My Little Lamb hydrangea has put out it biggest blooms ever, after a harsh winter that took it down to its base.
I wonder if the seven flower heads on it are so big because my toddler cut the others off when they were just getting started? Hmmm...maybe he is a gardener in the making. :)
These creamy little sprays are not a part of the garden.
They are a present from hubby for my birthday. It appears he knows how to make me blush after Labour Day as well. :)
Hope you are enjoying the beauty of your late summer gardens!
One of the most attractive things about the flowers is their beautiful reserve.
~Henry David Thoreau