Brought to you by May Dreams Gardens, gardeners from all over the world gather on the 15th of each month to show what is blooming inside or outside their homes.
Where do I begin, on this October day full of rain?
This year, I managed to overwinter a scented geranium, so this is the plant's second summer. These plants are grown for their scented leaves, not their small flowers. But I like the flowers - so small and dainty.
Not like these ivy geraniums.
I have some newbie flowers to show you.
Plantasia in Charleston, South Carolina. We had no idea this event even existed - we visited Charleston in mid-April, saw the signs, and visited this annual plant sale.
I've blogged about my bad habit of buying plants in my travels like souvenirs, taking the gamble that they will survive my upstate New York winter. The vendor felt this sage might survive. As usual, the name of this sage plant exists only in the mists of time and my bad memory, as my spouse (yes, I'll blame him) once again got rid of the tag.
My pansies are reblooming, but they look a bit eaten - not good enough to show my blog readers.
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What is blooming where you live?