It used to be that fall meant the end of summer; now it means a return to reasonable gardening weather again! Trays of plants that sat in the driveway all summer are being disbursed throughout my gardens. The hummingbirds are still around, appreciating every hyssop, salvia, liatris, and penstemon still in bloom.
- ORANGE CARPET Hummingbird Trumpet in September
Seedlings of agastaches, dug and potted earlier, are now fully rooted, robust, and ready to plant.
- SUNSET hyssop in late day light
This is a great time for garden “editing,” as well. Plants I’ve kept for sentimental reasons have finally been pulled out, composted, or given away. Digging out that unwanted greenery has opened up prime real estate for new plants I’ve been dying to try. Fall is a time for renewal!
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