My red/yellow bed is looking sharp. I love those black eyed susans. I got them from my neighbor, AJ, in Lead. This evening is the perfect time for a garden stroll. The weather is cool and fall is in the air.
This bed's summertime flowers are blackeyed Susans, Maximillian sunflowers, red bee balm, coral bells, red dianthus, and midget (not the official name) goblin's blanket.
Ella is always ready for a game of catch. She pretty sure that is our duty.
Aren't those colors beautiful?
I love how the light goes through the leaves of this honeysuckle. I transplanted a piece of wild vine three years ago and it is doing great. It has never gone to berry like this. They are a lovely addition.
This is the path between our house and the garage. The bees love the lamb's ear. The path is a tad dangerous while the lamb's ear is flowering. The bees flock to it and get disgruntled when disturbed.
I do not remember planting these lilies. I don't remember seeing them last year. I guess they snuck in. I sure like them.
Well, that is the end of the summer stroll. I hope the weather is pleasant where you are.