A garden cart full of fall plantings wait for me in the stone driveway so I need to do a quick post to share so I don't fall to far behind in the blog world.
Top photo on the right of the collage above shows the foundation of the greenhouse being tamped before construction. The shed is complete and the greenhouse to be attached soon. I felt it was important to attach the greenhouse to a heated structure that you would walk through to enter. I am hoping to use this greenhouse year round so we will see if this will be a beneficial decisions. Recycled windows and entry door were used from our home remodel in the shed. Next GREENHOUSE REPORT will have photos of the structure.
There are many new mums being planted and old ones that were cut back in early summer that are putting on a fabulous display of Fall in the garden this morning. Grace is enjoying some newly planted Leadwort. I love the deep blue blooms on that low growing perennial.
I have had this water Dropwort in a terra cotta pot for the summer and have decided to plant it in the garden. We will see if it puts on a wonderful show in the ground like it did in the pot!
The Rose of Sharon has been blooming since mid-July. I am loving the cooler weather blooms this hardy shrub is hosting.
It is a wonderful time of year and I hope you are able to get out in the dirt and enjoy this time as well. See you next week with some more thoughts and photos from Fall.