|Wax begonias, in containers, will die back to the soil and return in the spring.|
The garden is still blooming, despite a quick brush with close to freezing temperatures this past weekend. Now we are happily back with our lows in the 40s and enjoying a reprieve on the end of a lovely fall.
|Plumbago underplanted with lavandula pinnata buchii.|
|A passalong chrysanthemum has been divided and spread about the garden.|
|An echinacea planted a couple of months ago has its first bloom.|
|This holly leaf osmanthus has many non-holly leaves.|
|Dancing Dolls salvia blooms for months.|
|Yellow argyranthemum blooms almost year round.|
|Loropetalum chinense Sizzling Pink is just beginning to bloom.|
|A pink ivy geranium winds up into a black stem pittosporum which helps protect it in colder weather.|
|Abutilon Pink Parasol supported by black stem pittosporum.|
|Rosa Berries and Cream.|
Other bloomers include sweet alyssum, Rosa Flower Girl, Salvia Dwarf Indigo Spires, pelargoniums, Italian White sunflowers, autumn sage, and pansies.
On the 15th of every month Carol at May Dreams Gardens invites gardeners around the world to share what is blooming in their garden. Click on over for a look at lovely blooms!