Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Still Blooming in the Garden!

Calendulas with Dark Centers
Double White Feverfew
'Walker's Low' Nepeta
These three flowers are always around for the end of the gardening season.  I will probably have a couple of calendulas flowering for my bouquet on next week's Thanksgiving table!  Yikes!  That came around quickly!  I especially like the single flowered feverfew.  This happens to be a double one.  It can be invasive in the garden, but I have quite a few invasives, don't I?  The last flower in this trio is a nepeta called 'Walker's Low'.  It is an early bloomer in the spring and as you can see a late bloomer as well.  The bees were working the nepeta.  It was fun watching them.  Giveaways are coming!  Trying to get them in before next week so you will have them in time for the holiday season.  Another cool, rainy day.  Talk to you later.

4 comments:

taylorsoutback said...

Incredible...I feel like our own garden season was eons ago...will just visit your blog to keep that growing feeling alive!

lemonverbenalady said...

Thanks TO! I think it is going to come to an end soon!

PeggyR said...

I still have lavendar blooming and last week one flower on the forsythia was out.

lemonverbenalady said...

Wow, that is so great, Peggy. Isn't fall the greatest?