What a difference a month makes! August was so hot, now the mornings are cool, typically 15° at 6.30, the temperature rising during the day to about 27° and then cool again in the evening. We have also had a couple of thunder storms, and although it hasn’t rained very much what rain we’ve had combined with the cooler weather means that the garden is looking more green and the roses are beginning to flower again. Today the sedums are the stars, literally, of the garden; I really love them when they clump up.
It was quite windy this morning which means some photos were too out of focus to include. Rosa mutabilis and some salvia are missing from the photos.
For the first time I managed to take a photo of the Gaura that I am pleased with; it has flowered without a break since June with only minimum irrigation.
Click on the photo of Gaura, above, to see all the things flowering this morning.
To see more Bloomday flowers go to http://www.maydreamsgardens.com/ hosted by Carol.