Notes On The Journey Through Each Day. Events and adventures, discoveries and surprises, impressions and reflections about home and garden, family and flowers, seasons and nature.
I have several plants blooming now that we are getting into the fall season. A lot of the plants that are blooming are in my backyard garden. I have five loriope plants at each end of my long backyard garden.
There are two areas in the backyard garden where hardy cyclamen were planted years ago, and they still come up.
I planted five black cohosh at intervals along the backyard fence, and this is one of two that has a bud. This bud has been sitting there for a couple of weeks. None of the black cohosh plants seem to be doing well. They are not happy in this location. I don't know whether this flower spike is going to grow taller (they can get up to eight feet tall) or open.
white encore azalea
This is the only encore azalea that has fall blooms on it. There are four more encore azaleas in the yard that look full and lush but have no buds. This rather skimpy looking one is the only one flowering.
There are several hardy begonia plants in the side perennial garden and this is one of them. There are also hardy begonia plants at each end of the backyard garden.
I planted two gaillardia plants in the side garden to fill in some bare spots. With their fall colors, they brighten any garden area.
There was a large stand of Japanese anemones in the backyard garden years ago. I was surprised to find that there were two clumps left hidden beneath the nandina bushes. I have mums and other flowers blooming along the front of the house and in the perennial garden. I hope to post photos of them next.