I try to keep the plants cut back so they are not overgrown and floppy. And I am continually using the basil, dill, oregano, and others.
|Notice the butterfly bush growing between the bricks.|
The roses are doing better now that the Japanese beetles are gone.
And even though it is kind of weedy, I love Sweet Autumn clematis. I like how it drapes over trellises and fences, and smells so good.
And speaking of draping, look at this morning glory. Growing up a plant hanger and into a crab apple (that has already lost most of its leaves).
The temperature this morning was in the 50's. Can you believe it? It was almost 100 on Saturday! Much easier to work outside now. Enjoy your fall gardens!