The gardening season is coming to an end here where I live, and there are not many perennials in bloom. The trees are dropping their leaves and the plants are fading back.
I have walked around my garden today, photographing what still blooms at the moment. I'm not sure if there will be any flowers left in bloom in November, so this might be the last month for me to join Blogger Blüten untill spring.
Some geraniums are still in bloom with a few flowers.
The asters are at their peak now, looking just lovely covered in blue flowers.
Asters tend to spread a bit too much, but right now I'm so happy to have these in my garden.
The calendulas still look nice.
I have stoped removing old flowerheads now, to make the plants produce seeds for next year.
The last phlox.
October sedums in different pinks.
The darkest pink variety looks very pretty right now.
A single lupin and some late spiraea flowers.
A variety of mallow.
And these are the last roses in my garden; Brother Cadfael, Grootendorst and Winchester Cathedral.
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