October isn't the most floiferous month in the Outlaw Garden but here's what's happening.
This heather was a September purchase and is still looking good. I usually kill these in the ground so will keep it in a pot and see how it does.
Asters mostly pst their prime but with still a few more buds.
Holdovers from summer, the hardy fuchsias will keep going until we have a freeze.
A few Japanese Anemones are left.
Perennial impatiens (forgot which one) from Annie's Annuals many years ago.
Abutilon megapotamicum 'Red'
Abutilon Megapotamicum 'Blurry' :)
Abutilon 'Hot Pink'
Persicaria 'Golden Arrow' looking a bit less than golden right now.
That crazy Pelargonium (Geranium) that never stops blooming (in the greenhouse for the winter now.)
New Guinea Impatiens. I'm putting a few of these in the greenhouse for the winter to see if I can keep them & perhaps they'll get larger.
Bougainvillea. Fingers crossed that I can keep it alive this winter.
Already moved inside for the winter brugmansia.
Because of it's size this permanent greenhouse resident brugmansia is beginning another flush of bloom.
Aster and Chrysanthemum
Tall Zebra Grass.
Red 'Knockout' roses are so easy, drought tolerant and disease resistant. If only they had a stronger fragrance, they'd be perfect.
Happy GBBD all!