Wednesday, September 1, 2010
September 1: Bloom List
This lovely pink sedum is blooming now to the delight of the bees.
Curly chives sometimes called circle chives make a neat round cushion of foilage all summer and lovely lavender blooms late in the season.
September 1 ,2010, Bloom list: Ingeborg's mallow, purple cone flower, morning glory, lemon finger bowl geranium, coral bells, meadow sage, evening scented stock, Gallardia, Johnny jump ups, Nicotiana, Stella D'oro lily, catchfly, Peppermint stick zinnia, "Pretty Belinda" yarrow, snapdragon, heliotrope, pink poppies, sweet peas, "Who Dun It" Dahlia, Aclepsis tuberosa, anise hyssop, gloriosa daisy, cosmos, catnip, hollyhock, cinnamon basil, fennel, black eyed Susan, yellow jewelweed, golden glows, trumpet vine, cardinal flower, white and pink summer sweet, scarlet runner beans, white and pink phlox, Fiona Coggill shasta daisy, balloon flower, butterfly bush,white and red hibiscus, lettuce, winter savory, spearmint, peppermint, yard long beans, Russian sage, white coneflower, New England aster, lemon balm, C. superbum, rose of Sharon, lavender, Angelica gigas, nasturtiums, Dianthus, perennial flax, fragrant gladiolus, "Cherry Brandy" Rudbeckia, pennyroyal, white and purple closed gentian, "Clara Curtis" chrysanthemum, grey headed coneflower, meadow sage, feverfew,Rudbeckia triloba,spicy globe basil, asters, curly mint, sunflower, curly chives, mullein, buckwheat, peas, zucchini, "Autumn Joy" and pink sedum, pink foxglove, sea holly, dill, "Mammouth Dark Pink Daisy" chrysanthemum
Now the list is getting shorter. Many flowers are nearly finished blooming. Some are making one last effort to bloom. A few plants are on the list for the first time and there are still a few late bloomers yet to come, that we hope will squeeze in their bloom time before cold weather arrives.
I was lucky enough to get a glimpse of the fox in the garden today.