Today’s photos are from Lil Holloway in Bedford, Massachusetts. We’ve visited Lil’s garden once before, HERE. Today she says, “I am just getting started on fall plants. In the past, come October, the tools would be put away and, other than covering my roses, everything happened in the spring.
Fortunately for me, I became friends with local gardeners in Carlisle, Kathy and Mark. With their urging, I started looking at fall as an extended season. I started with sedums, then put in the anemones and asters. And to my delight all the varieties of hyssops do well into fall.
I feel very fortunate to have knowledgable folks that not only share the ins and outs of different plants, but grow only what does well in this area. My big garden is still a bit anemic, so I take photos of what’s still colorful….maybe next year we’ll have more to offer.”
Looks pretty full to me, Lil! My fave is that daylily/hyssop combo–stunning!
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