The hardy fuchsias are going strong.
The tuberous begonias are blooming nicely. Seems like all the plants today had buds and flowers past their prime.
Cool looking buds on a cane-type begonia.
Pink Begonia boliviensis
Begonia boliviensis. This is the species, not the popular selection 'Bonfire' but I can't tell the difference.
Anemone hupehensis (Japanese Anemone)
Okay, they're not flowers but aren't the seed heads of Arum italicum pretty?
Some hostas bloom later than others.
Bougainvillea. Wonder it it'll live through the winter in the greenhouse?
Joseph's Coat rose and a noid clematis.
Persicaria 'Golden Arrow'
Angelica stricta ‘Purpurea’ which has beautiful purple foliage.
Lonicera somethingorother (honeysuckle)
Lagerstroemia 'Coral Magic' This is my first Crepe Myrtle and the label says this one is small and suitable for containers.
Phygelius (Cape Fuchsia)
Geranium 'Ann Folkard'
New Guinea impatiens
Eryngium a little past it's prime.
Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for dreaming up and hosting GBBD. Be sure to visit her blog to see blooms from the gardens of garden bloggers worldwide!