Thursday, September 17, 2009

Last Vestiges of Summer's Blooms


With Autumn just around the corner, Summer's blooms are rapidly fading. The flowers are putting forth one last showing before the nights turn crisp. The trees will soon be taking their turn on stage.

Surprise Lily with Black-Eyed Susan

Bat-faced Cuphea


Coleus with Black-eyed Susan

Can anyone identify this plant? At two years, it is a small shrub and expect it to get larger as it ages. I purchased it at a Master Gardener's Plant Sale and it was labeled 'Butterfly Plant'. But it is like no true Butterfly Bush (Buddleia) that I have seen before.

4 comments:

The Frog Queen said...

Lovely, lovely...I always love flower pictures.

Cheers!

Pink & Green Mama said...

your susans look better than mine. mine have all gone to seed so now they're just bird food! : )
fondly,
pink and green mama

~dani~ said...

Hey Tombstone Trade partners are named! Go to my blog and look in the left column for your partners name to link to them. Please say hello..swap info and see what each others style is on the blogs/sites.

Pieces to be sent out by October 7th!!

PARTNERS ARE NAMED! 8/19/09
Janell & Kristen
Dani & Linda
Marie & Jamie
Lance & Amelia
Jenny & Iva
Patty & Denise

Louisiana Momma said...

I can't believe you have answered a question I had about some flowers I saw around recently .. the suprise lily.. I even took a pic of it on my phone to blog about but hadn't had a chance too.. love your pics!! and thanks for the info!!