Fall flowering plants are in their prime, augmented by blooms hanging on from their summer peak. Please send your photos to email@example.com.
Flowers in the cemetery of Ware Episcopal Church, Gloucester, sent by the rector, Scott Parnell.
One of three Chrysanthemums blooming in Kathy Stearns’s yard at Hudgins.
Sweet potato vines planted by Nelson Morris at St. Paul United Methodist Church, Susan, provide a lovely fall display. Photo by Laura Lane Mills.
Photos of crinum and fall crocus come from Eany Oh of Achilles.
Shasta daisies grow in the garden of Bruce and Janet Parmiter of Hayes.
Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood said the impatiens at her home are volunteers, reseeded from 2019 and forming a beautiful array.
Zinnias from the garden of Bunny Fernald of Richmond, formerly of Mathews.
Reed Lawson of Mathews sends a photo of her dwarf camellia sasanqua, “Shishi Gashira,” from her garden: the first bloom of the fall.
Gerardia, a native plant, blooms a...
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