The more traditional Toad lily Is pretty too. It is standing upright this year instead of leaning over toward the sun. I think it is 'Mikyazaki'. If anyone knows it as a different name please tell me.
Most of the flowers in the garden are onesies. What has caught my eye are the Varigated Lily Turf. I just love those little rods of blooms sticking up out of the turf. They work great in small vases too.
This little white striped Lirope 'Silver Dragon' has the same type of blooms only much smaller.
They are the same shape but such a pale lavender that they look white when you look at them from a distance. I transplanted these little babies two years ago in November when they came to pour our new front sidewalk. They must be tough as iron. They have settled in and spread some.
Another of my favorites is the Hardy Begonia. This plant has not only survived here it has spread a little.
The biggest splash in the garden right now even though it isn't in full flower is the 'Fireworks' Solidago. This plant is the pollinator crowd pleaser this time of year. The bees, butterflies and bug all forsake the salvias when this comes into bloom.
I am not going to tire you withe the photos of the onsies. Let us just say that many of the summer bloomers are still coaxing out a few blooms despite not much rain and the light becoming less and less each day.
For more fall flowers click over to Carol's at Maydreams garden. Join the fun of listing what is blooming this time of the month.
Other blooms at Greenbow:
Salvias: Black and Blue, Wendy's Wish, Blue Spires, Victorias Blue.
Honeysuckles: Sempervirens, Scentsations.
Tall Garden Phlox: Pink and White
Hydrangeas: Lime Light, Vanilla Strawberry, Oakleaf.
Persicaria: Dragon Tongue; Corporal
Little Bonnie Dwarf Spirea