Tuesday, October 30, 2007

New-ish Fall colors

In the early fall, when color in the garden is waning-- one solution: buy some.

At the end of summer, I realized I just really missed visiting nursuries, and acquiring little bits o' beauty. Here are some fairly recent arrivals to our yard.



1. Caryopteris incana
“Bluebeard” via Annie's Annuals

2. a low-growing teucrium (I've had great luck with the bush forms)

3. Lantana, though I don't think these survive the winter here...

4. Verbascum!

4 Comments:

At 2:10 PM, Blogger Connie said...

Lovely color on that Verbascum! What is the purple blooming plant in the first photo?

 
At 4:10 PM, Blogger Kylee said...

Which verbascum is that? The color is WONDERFUL! I've always wanted 'Caribbean Crush' but never seem to get around to getting it. This one is a winner, too, so if you know the cultivar, please please tell us!

 
At 3:55 PM, Blogger LisaBee said...

Hi Connie-- & ?
(someone else asked about that verbascum-- but darned if I know where that comment went) I've added the name for the purple bloomer-- but the verbascum--? I'm trying to get better at hanging onto those little plant tags-- throw them all in the same drawer or something, but I can't turn it up.
It is quite a beautiful color in person, though! Maybe I'll be able to collect seeds.

 
At 12:10 PM, Blogger Kylee said...

Lisabee...it was me, and I know what you mean about the comment. I just NOW got notification of my comment and I know I left it at least a couple of days ago! Blogger has been very weird lately.

 

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