Today’s photos are from Daryl Savage in Sussex County, New Jersey. Daryl says, “I just signed up for the FG newsletter, and I am really enjoying the garden of the day photos. My favorite thing in the world is to go on garden tours, but it is challenging to find the time, so I very much appreciate receiving new photos every day; it satisfies the voyeur in me. It is also very encouraging to know how many other people take such great pleasure in creating their home landscapes.
I am a Master Gardener in Sussex County, New Jersey (USDA Hardiness Zone 5), and have been gardening for about 10 years. This is one of my favorite times of the season because I have so many late-bloomers: rose of sharon, caryopteris, Japanese anemone, butterfly bush, phlox, helianthis, and my pride and joy, a crape myrtle which I have been babying for years. I especially enjoy creating containers and planters so I included those also because they look their best right now.”
That crape myrtle is a stunner, Daryl, and I love your window boxes. Thanks for sharing with us!
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