|Sedum 'Autumn Joy' is just coming into bloom now. This is its season to shine. I thought this one was especially attractive with one of many morning glorys that reseed them selves all over the garden.|
|Miscanthus 'Summer Solstice' is a very tall plant at about 7ft (US) or 2.13meters (Int) tall. It is really a specimen plant in the garden. This plant gives a bit of height as the backyard year is basically flat. So, I call it an architectural plant to give some highs to the flower bed of otherwise shorter plants. |
Thanks to those who commented on my blunder last week of loosing my photos on the blog. I found out by digging around on the net that Picassa Web Albums was storing my photos used on this blog. I did not give it permission to do that. I had been using the feature of draft in blogger as it made it easier to upload photos. I did not know, and maybe I should have, that picassa had the power to cache those photos. Anyway, I now do not have picassa in my computer at all now. I rarely used it to edit my pictures. I have photoshop elements 7 and one day I will become proficiant at using it and my preferred photo edit softway of Photoscape that I use 99 percent of the time.
Look for other September blooms at Tootsie Time for Fertilizer Friday. Happy Gardening. Valerie