...and The Moon. Do you think they are distant relatives?
The Tiger Eye Gold Rudbeckia is going strong into the fall. They took a very long time to develop buds, and to finally flower. I considered removing them in August since they are planted in a shady spot and I was ready to give up on them. I'm so glad I left them alone & will plant more next year.
This is the only red leaf I have so far.
Correction. The dwarf cranesbill is also starting to turn for fall. I think it's beautiful.
I really enjoy this Ivory Halo Dogwood, it is about 3 years old. Although it grows well it has yet to produce any flowers or berries, perhaps because of it's shady spot in the backyard. I could be imagining things, but the stems seem to be turning more red with the changing season. I will definitely add another one of these, this time along the front driveway. The variegated leaves are always bright & happy.
My new Unique Hydrangea is turning pink quickly, I like the way it looks with the fall aster behind it.
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