SeptemberCalamint and Sedum are in full bloom on my front entry walk. Nepeta, Heuchera, Hellebores, and a golden Chamaecyparis provide foliage color contrasts as well.
|Calamint, Sedum, Heuchera, Chamaecyparis|
|Chrysanthemum 'Mary Stoker'|
|Chrysanthemum 'Sheffield Yellow'|
|Clematis tangutica 'Bill MacKenzie'|
My quince tree bore fruit for the first time this year! There were only five fruits - not a grand harvest, but still very exciting. It was just enough for one batch of quince cheese (a kind of jelly-like candy). Yum!
|Sedum and Anemone 'Alice'|
|Aconitum fischeri with Platycodon foliage|
|Belamcanda chinensis with seedpods|
|Hosta 'Blue Angel' displaying fall color|
|Tree peony 'Luoyang Hong' - fall color|
Of course no discussion of fall color is complete without one of these fellows - Amsonia hubrichtii. It truly glows in fall, and makes a lovely textural addition to the garden in other seasons.
|Amsonia hubrichtii - fall color|
|Chrysanthemum 'Glowing Ember' and Physocarpus 'Coppertina' in Fall|