Things are beginning to slow down a bit in the gardens, and we've even had frost warnings, but everything seems to be doing just fine!
I love the foliage of this variety of Heuchera, or what is commonly known as Coral Bells. When the flowers arrive, they're very insignificant, but the foliage looks gorgeous all Summer and through Fall. Definitely want to buy more of this!
I'm pretty happy about the tulips that I planted around the red bike last Fall, and will probably add more this Fall.
I'm so shocked and disappointed to see that the Lily of the Valley that I thought I had gotten rid of has come back with a vengeance and is growing willy nilly amongst everything in this garden.
Euphorbia. Stunning when it's in bloom, but definitely very boring when it's not.
I don't know why, but I could not get a good shot of the Virginia Bluebells. That's a shame, because they were gorgeous and this shot doesn't begin to do them justice.
I love violets, but hate how they spread, so I'm trying to contain them in pots this year. I'll let you know how that goes, and how far they spit their seeds!
The rhododendrons only have a few blooms on them this year, as usual. I don't think they get enough sun where I have them.
Azalea buds, ready to POP! Ok, now let's head over to the back porch for a minute.
I buy these lights, which are meant to go in a little girl's bedroom, whenever I see them.
I've got the butterflies sitting on the arm of the bench......
And the pink flower hangs on the wall outside the back door.
They provide a nice little glow at night!
And the pink flower looks groovy!
My giveaway is officially CLOSED, and the Random Number Generator picked #65, which is Ann @ A Sentimental Life. Thank you to everyone that entered, and congrats to Ann!