I just ran outside to stop time by capturing a few blooming scenes. This is my first Bloom Day post hosted by Carol at May Dreams Gardens.
Campsis radicans, trumpet vine arches over the long 33ft arbor on the south side of the house. Hummingbirds visit this plant and then my feeder. But I think the little birds have migrated to warmer homes. Some areas around here have already received frost. Our frost date is about September 29. But sometimes frost holds off until October 5th or maybe even October 10th.
Sally Holmes continues to bloom. How lovely are these single blooms. They start out a yellow peach and move to white.
Dill, Pink Simplicity Rose and an annual Euphorbia
Next to the above roses is a butternut squash plant with 7 fruits.
Inside the Campsis radicans
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