Cherry Ong is taking us on a look back at her garden over the past summer.
I bet you’re all enjoying autumn but somehow miss summer. I miss this summer and look back with much fondness and happy memories of the garden. Here are photos of a favorite corner this year.
The addition of a DIY greenhouse last year (October 2022) resulted in this graveled corner, where I was picturing the outdoor chairs and table could be moved. My family couldn’t imagine how that would look, but the corner has been tweaked further (to include another table and more plants—what else?) this year. I embraced all kinds of color this summer, including red, and this spot transformed into a happy corner that the hummingbirds visit multiple times each day. The corner also has a sweet view of the garden. Even my dog sat and enjoyed this area when he was out in the garden.
I wish you all a wonderful autumn!
Cherry’s new small greenhouse is perfect for overwintering precious plants.
The new sitting area features a fantastic-looking container in the center.
The container’s colorful foliage from a wide range of plants, including many succulents, forms the foundation, while the bright flowers of fuchsias (Fuchsia hybrids, hardiness varies by cultivar) provide even more color as well as nectar for visiting hummingbirds.
Aeonium ‘Zwartkop’ (Zones 9–11) is a stunning succulent, with its little rosettes of dark leaves growing on tall stems.
A variety of container-grown plants put on a show in front of the greenhouse.
Abutilonmegapotamicum (Zones 8–10) has yellow flower petals emerging from a bright red calyx.
Cherry fills every corner of the rest of her garden with beautiful plants.
Broccoli, Cherry’s dog, enjoys the new sitting area.
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We’re back with Susan Warde in St. Paul, Minnesota! Yesterday we looked back at the year in her front garden, and today we’re taking the same tour through the seasons but in her back garden, where things are a bit shadier but no less beautiful.
Today Susan Warde is letting us visit her St. Paul, Minnesota, garden. She was inspired by the posts from Cherry and me looking back at “the summer that was” in our gardens, and so she did the same in her garden! We’re going to see her front garden today and the back garden tomorrow. I hope you’ll share your “summer that was” in your garden as well! It is fun seeing how everyone’s plants have performed throughout the year.
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