A Day Late But Not  A Flower Short for Bloom Day

A Day Late But Not A Flower Short for Bloom Day

Unfortunately I’m a day late on Bloom Day but I’m definitely not a bloom short! Yesterday I posted the Fall Color Project Post for the week. Be sure to take plenty of photos for your Fall Color Project 2010 Post!

On with the blooms!

Yellow Pansies – still need planted…

Pink annual Salvia coccinnea

Purple Coneflowers – a little washed out.

Mystic Spires Salvia – I like to plant this one every year.

Purple Wave Petunias – a nice discount rack find!

Red Achillea – most likely ‘Paprika’

Red Flowered Gaillardia with a little yellow on the petals

Red Mums with a side order of ‘Oranges and Lemons’ Gaillardia

Pineapple sage – bloomin’ strong

Red mums and red salvia – do you think I like salvia?

Red Zinnia grown from seed – it’s definitely time to begin collecting seeds!

Salvia farinacea next to the blue garden shed! Yep I like salvia!

‘Walker’s Low’ Catmint – a reliable nearly no care, deer resistant, and rabbit resistant favorite of mine! And it propagates easily too!
Sheffield Pink Mums! A new addition to the garden from a spring plant swap. I will be propagating many more of these in the spring!
Thanks for stopping by for Bloom Day!
Go visit Carol to see what’s blooming in other backyards!


Dave has written GrowingTheHomeGarden.com since 2007. He gardens on an acre and a half where he raises his 4 children. He enjoys growing vegetables, herbs, and propagating plants. Dave has a side business growing and selling heirloom vegetables and herb plants through Blue Shed Gardens and works as a real estate agent in Spring Hill, TN.

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. I really enjoyed seeing your wonderful photography… very nice! L

  2. Beautiful Mums, I like salvia too. Hooray, your Sheffies are opening!!

  3. Congrats on your new baby! And thanks for sharing your gorgeous fall pics. Share one soon of the baby in the garden!

  4. You have a lot of nice blooms this time of year, Dave.

  5. Great post…and thanks for the tip on propagating catmint…now i can have millions of them!

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