Here in the Mid-Atlantic USA (USDA zone 7) on the DC-MD border, the past month has been wet (understatement of the century) and chilly autumn temps arrived dramatically over the weekend.
Though fall is known for its yellow/orange/rust tones, I revel in all the pinks, blues, and purples that Mother Nature gives us to enjoy. Here is a collage of royal-hued beauties from my garden today.
It is the 15th of the month, which means Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day again. To view links to other garden bloggers' blooms around the world to see what it blooming in their gardens today and to read their collective comments, go to:
So what is blooming in YOUR garden today?
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