Roses are putting on a final show.
A cutting of this rose is in bud in the greenhouse.
Pentas with purple Alternanthera and bare stems of Agapanthus.
Gulf Muhly's feathery blooms with remnants of
Melampodium, Lantana and Tithonia.
'White Dawn' with red berries of Dogwood in background.
It is time to gather Dogwood berries and stick in the ground
where you want them to grow.
Tecoma stans Esperanza still blooming.
Cloudless Sulphur butterflies are still visiting.
Tecoma stans seeds are bountiful.
Camellia sasanqua's abundant buds are
starting to open. They smell like tea.
We could have frost at any time but it is not imminent.
Our nightly temperatures are still in the low fifties Fahrenheit.
Let's join Carol at May Dreams Gardens where Roses continue to bloom and see what blossoms other gardeners are enjoying this Bloom Day.