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September Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

Slightly behind, I debated posting for Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day, but I know how much I like thumbing thru a glossy garden magazine; and depending on how long the day was, I’d rather look at pictures than bothering with the articles. I hope you enjoy checking out what’s been blooming in my garden this September. I was pretty impressed with the amount of wildlife visiting my garden, and even though it’s Fall and everything’s beginning to migrate south, the bees and hummers have still been making an appearance.

One lone bloom on my Rose Campion

Tiki and his cottage pinks

I love the diversity shown in the blooms of a Portulaca

Wild about the color of this New Zoo Snapdragon

Part of the fun of being outside is catching a good sunset

Even Better

Greg Koehler Geraniums

Knockout Roses

Feeding Hummingbird

Sown last winter, this Cardinal flower surprised me by blooming

2 comments to September Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day

  • Beautiful!
    I hope my geranium had blooms like that, also I miss hummingbirds, I hope I get to see some now that I am going back to my country, they always nest in out garden.

    • Lisa

      Thank you so much! The geraniums were gifts from a friend who just started growing his own things this year. It was fun to see him get excited about growing things. Are you going back on holiday or permanently? I hope this doesn’t mean an end to “My Garden in Japan”.

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