|Symphyotrichum novae-angliae more fall color then I remembered|
Autumn is not over in Middle Tennessee. November often brings us the best October weather. The skies may not be a brilliant blue or the trees as colorful~but, the sweetness of a mid 60 degree day cannot be denied.
I love the native grasses and can't sing their praises louder.
Little Bluestem is not flopping!
River Oats is looking better then I've ever seen them and
Switch grass~has outdone itself.
Here are a few flowering plants that are still making me smile.
|Erysimum Orange Citrona|
|fading, but, still attractive Sheffield Pink|
|Still blooming Sheffie|
The native ex-asters will flower on and off until December. (more here)
|Symphyotrichum praealtum~Miss Bessie|
Could life be any sweeter?
Yes, it can! It's Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day brought to you by the talented Carol of May Dreams Gardens. To celebrate the day please follow the link (here dears) to see more beautiful gardens then you can imagine touring in one day!
Have a wonderful day~
also in bloom
A few Susans
One or two Tennessee Purple Coneflower
Salvia, Lady In Red, Pineapple Sage, Coral Nymph, etc.
Cleome 'Seniorita Rosalita'
Bat Faced Cuphea
Straggling Verbena bonariensis,
A surprising Western Daisy,