Belinda tells us that the light is changing in England and fall is definitely in the air there. We are not quite that far into the season here, but there are definitely changes. The cooler days and increased rain over the past week have started to work their magic.
The last of the summer flowers have perked up and started to bloom some more.
| The garden phlox has re-bloomed after a severe cutback last month.|
A few spring bloomers have decided to throw a few extra blossoms out of season.
|This viburnum only bloomed a little in April - it was too hot then.|
And, the first of the harbingers of fall are starting to pop out.
|The fall anemones bloomed in July, but they are back.|
|Phystostigia - Obedient Plant is always one of the first fall bloomers.|
|Sedum 'Madrona' is one of my favorites. A rounder bloom and a darker pink than some other varieties.|
|This chrysanthemum is ahead of the rest, but many of them bloomed in June and are getting ready to re-bloom now.|
|An old favorite - Sedum 'Autumn Joy'|
All in all, it's lovely!