I will not be showing you the weeds that we've been too busy to pull. However I will show you the beauty of my wonderful zinnias and some fading flowers.
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Early Autumn Garden
The zinnia that I thought never were going to grow this year, after tossing lots of seeds out this spring, have been a bright burst of color in my early autumn garden. You can see the size of the Cupid mix zinnia in the front, compared to the bigger Illumination zinnia behind them.
The hollyhock has completely gone to seed.
One of my hydrangea has turned a reddish color, as the blooms have aged.
My echinacea is almost completely seed heads now. I leave them because we get the most beautiful yellow finch visiting the garden to eat the seeds!
Likely, by the end of the month they will all be cut back, for the year.
Sunday, I went out and cut some of my cupid mix zinnia, purple prince zinnia, and illumination zinnia all from Baker Creek Seeds.
Tomorrow, I'll post about the upcoming move and how things are going getting ready for my parents to be here with us.
Happy Tuesday, friends!
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