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Saturday, 20 September 2014

Autumn Bloomers


Autumn bloomer: Sedum 'Autumn Joy', Pennisetum and Verbena bonariensis. The garden looks a bit untidy, I couldn't do much in rainy weather.


Hydrangea still looks good.


The white Anemome.


Nasturtium is still blooming tirelessly.


Sedum 'Autumn Joy' is one of the best high Sedum for the garden, but this happens when the clumps are too big and the weather is rainy. Usually, I divide it every other year because it spreads pretty fast. Smaller clumps don't bend like that. It is also possible to prevent it by thining the clump, that is removing some of the stems when they start to grow to make a room for the others.


3 comments:

  1. As well as the flowers, you have some nice grasses. Maybe with all the rain you have been experiencing you should plant some rice!!

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  2. Your garden is still colorful, Vesna, in spite of (or because of) the rain. I love Autumn Joy. That white Anemome is beautiful, too. P. x

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  3. Yes, I thing the rain actually helped the garden look so good.

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