Roses a re booming again and a cluster of blooms on the musk rose Felicia has me stopping to inhale her wonderful fragrance.
Not nearly so fragrant is Molineux, but with more of a tea rose fragrance, a new addition this fall.
Called pink crystal by some and ruby crystal by others I am beginning to understand why. Pink seed heads in the spring and with the cooler weather a much deeper ruby-colored seed heads.
Salvia leucantha blooms were quick to fade during the long warm dry days of October, but the rain bought a flush of new flowers.
The first flowers on the rosemary.
Still plenty of color from the narrow leaf zinnias, Zinnia linearis. Soo I will be collecting their sees for next year.
Society garlic, Tulbaghia violacea
And the generous seeding common orange cosmos, Cosmos sulphureus.
Clouds of pink and white gaura, Gaura lindheimeri
A cluster of blooms, with Dicliptera the main player.
We are winding down for the winter but signs of spring are already popping up all over the garden.