If it’s fall, the sedum is blooming in our garden. I think we may need a little more variety, though the color is just so pretty.
Took a little drive out to the farm and snapped about 300 photos. As you can see, this little cosmo grew out of a crack in the concrete where a lot of farm equipment travels daily.
His little shadow.
And beautiful asters. Thinks we need some in our own garden.
Back in our garden, the only California Poppy blooms happily amongst the sage.
Some of the herbs have finally found a happy home, literally right next to our house, where they are protected and handy. Here there is Italian parsley, thyme, chives, and lavender just out of the photo. The fuzzy silver is Lamb’s Ear. I will cover the parsley with a cloche again this winter to see if it will survive.
What’s in bloom where you live?