Now that Sept. is here, what is STILL blooming in your garden
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    Question Now that Sept. is here, what is STILL blooming in your garden

    My Cala lilies are in full bloom and stunning. I've never had these lilies before, but after seeing the blooms I plan on planting more next spring.

    My roses are still blooming. Thats the second bloom I got out of them this year.

    And the Black-eyed Susans are in full bloom. I love those flowers as well because they bloom right past the first frost.

    How about your garden?

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    I have canna lilies blooming, petunias, dahlias and a few zinnas. Otherwise its winding down here.

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    We still have statice, cosmos, roses, dalias, petunias and one other flower I have forgotten the name of at the moment.

    The garden is producing zuchinni, lettuce, tomatoes, cabbage and oregano like mad at the moment.

    Our local u-pick apple orchard opens this weekend and sells their apples for .25 a pound. My boys work there, so we get them free! Woohoo!

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    Morning glories, glads, cosmos, black eyed susans, all my annuals are looking a little worn out though! I am going to get my "slips" from my geraniums and bring them in soon as we are getting some really cool nights.

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    My bee balm is blooming, but that's about it. I have some bulbs almost ready to plant though for next year. I did some weeding today and want to clean a few things up still.
    I love black eyes susans. I definitely need to get some more seeds to sow.

    CJ, do you have white callas or the colored callas?

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    Just my pink Geraniums...my squash plant is still going strong alonog with my pumpkins.

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    Sara, they are the deepest red I've ever seen. Today, it is in full bloom and another one is just bursting forth!!! What an awesome plant.

    The really neat think about Black Eyed Susans is that they spread all over and you can transplant them at any time during the season and they still bloom. I have them along side my house and then I transplanted some smaller ones into my new flowerbed and they are now blooming!!!

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    We still have coneflower, zinnias, roses, salvia, blackeyed susans, calla lillies (white), geraniums all in bloom. But the winner of the grand prize is my Alice DuPont Mandevilla. I love that annual. It is gorgeous.

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    Not much left here.
    All the annuals are doing well
    Butterfly Bushes in bloom
    Black-eyed Susans
    Oh & one Hydranga {blue}

    That's about it for now

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