Agapanthus Graskop - the last flower of the year

It's a lovely 'last call' for Jeff Carlton's garden. It's not goodbye, it's see you again soon!

"I took these shots on a gloriously beautiful first day of fall. I think the fall colors always seem more vibrant or maybe it's just me enjoying them with the cooler, less humid autumn air and knowing that soon they will all be dormant until April."

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Agastache Arizona Sunrise

Butterflies are even a little ragged in September

Coleus Kiwi Fern

Euphorbia Blackbird

Euphorbia trigona Caryopteris Touch of Gold

Heather with Gentian in back

Meyers Lemon

Montauk Daisy

Phlox Bright Eyes and Montauk Daisy

Sarracenia

Sempervivum

This daylily is STILL flowering!

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