We’re visiting with regular GPOD contributor Carla Z. Mudry in Malvern, Pennsylvania, today.
These photos are from late October in my garden. My bulbs have been planted, and I even planted a new peony root as well. I dressed up the pots a little bit with some fall annuals and little pumpkins, as I always do. I love pumpkins. I don’t carve them most of the time, but I do display them. The leaves are turning, but a lot is still blooming because the weather really hasn’t settled in to late October yet. I hope you are all enjoying fall in your gardens!
Nippon daisy (Nipponanthemumnipponicum, Zones 5–9) is a chrysanthemum relative with thick, almost succulent leaves and beautiful, fresh, white daisy flowers in late summer and fall.
Pumpkins nestled among the plants bring more seasonal beauty to the garden.
These annuals are still going strong right up until the first frost. This salvia (Salviasplendens, Zones 10–11 or as an annual) is looking particularly great.
Reblooming clematis and roses bring the spirit of early summer to the fall.
The flowers of hardy begonia (Begoniagrandis, Zones 6–10) peak at the end of the growing season in delicate sprays of pink and white.
Toad lilies (Tricyrtis, Zones 5–9) are classic fall bloomers for shade. This one boasts variegated leaves for even more color.
A Buddha statue sits in a sea of ferns.
An absolutely perfect and beautiful spider web such as this is an incredible work of art.
A familiar sight for many gardens this time of year: bags of bulbs ready to be planted to ensure a big floral display in the spring!
Tea camellia (Camelliasinensis, Zones 7–10) is of course usually grown for the leaves that make one of the world’s favorite beverages, but it also has beautiful white
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This is Julie Prince (Julie’s Georgia Garden), with a few pictures from the late summer and fall garden. The pool garden was started in the summer of 2020. The front-drive garden was started in 2021. Both are still “works in progress”! Things are changing constantly as I try to give the garden more height and winter interest.
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