Above: nasturtiums in the window box and purple clematis on the right; that's a new little red lobelia near the bottom of the rain barrel.
Above: This is inside the gate now looking back towards it: purple clematis with a John Cabot rose still blooming; sedum 'Autumn Joy' getting ready to turn colour (ack! that means it's fall!) and golden hyssop.
Above: A mishmash of dill, red annual poppies, zinnias, calendula, swiss chard, raspberry beebalm, golden hyssop and purple daylily... oh, and some pink yarrow which I must move out of there - I don't know where it came from and it's clashing with everything!
And some close-ups for you as well, clockwise from top left: raspberry monarda (beebalm) with golden agastache foeniculum (hyssop); unknown clematis with calamagrostis (feather reed grass) 'Karl Foerster' and white snapdragon; more hyssop in front of the purple clematis; zinnias; clematis.
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