|Native asters, Doellingeria umbellata, flowering away at our new garden this autumn.|
Welcome to my new garden in Pennsylvania, zone 5 for the autumn!
I have been hard at work this year to put in many new garden area according to my garden master plan (see it here). Before getting to bulb planting yesterday, I took a walk around to capture some of the little fall flowers that are already blooming away here at Havenwood...
|Mums on the new "pot patio", which will be the future place for our raised lily pond.|
|Coreopsis 'Mercury Rising' has a lovely light yellow of the petal reverse which catches the light in a breeze.|
|Beginning of the Fruit Tunnel: two Triple Crown thornless blackberries.|
|Re-blooming Clematis 'William Kennett' is still covered with bees on the trellises in the Knot Garden.|
|Panicum 'Ruby Ribbons' in the Pergola garden... I finally have some room to start growing some of these beauties after all these years of admiring them at Rhone Street Gardens. Hooray for new gardens! :)|
|My first little Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica. I will be topdressing this with some more grit before winter; may it ever grow!|
|Agastache 'Black Adder' has looked wonderful in the mostly empty beds in the Pergola garden this month... a shot of needed color to hold me over while I am planting pieces of geraniums everywhere, allium and lilies for next summer.|
|Classic: Sedum 'Autumn Joy'|
|Golden Niobe Weeping Willow, Salix Alba Tristis, is already a beauty beside our old shed.|
|Coreopsis 'Garnet' is already a superstar in my garden... definitely worth the $3 on clearance. I just wish I had bought more!|
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