A few photos of my late August garden.
As we ease into September, the garden is starting to get it's fall look. One of my favorite transitions is the oakleaf hydrangea. This truly is an all season plant in my garden. It's large, soft floppy heads are changing from white to peach to a soft taupe brown. I will leave them on the plant and they add interest all winter long. They are absolutely beautiful when covered in snow.
The columbine seedpods have been left to dry on their spindly stalks. Encouraged to spread at will.
The garlic chive flowers continue their show. I will soon cut these and bring them inside in a vase, believe me, garlic chives don't need any encouragement to spread!