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My September Garden Woe's

My September Garden Woe's

My day started out with this great hot hazelnut cappuccino.  And then out to the "garden" (garden planter's) to see whose still surviving this quiet end to the gardening season. 
My herbs are rocking and rolling. The basil needs to be pinched back on the tops but other wise it, the thyme and the rosemary are doing great. I'm going to try and winter these over on my counter top this winter, I'll keep you updated on how well that goes for me. 
This is my bag of flowers that have given up the fight. They had a great run but even fertilizer wasn't pulling these bad boys from the point of no return. The petunia's and moss roses gave it their best though.
On the front deck I've got these great basket's and lately they are going brown in some large spaces. The rest of the plant looks to keep on keeping on so I'm just trimming things up.
It's hard to think about dumping them all soon when they still look like this. The butterflies are spending a large amount of the day on the lantana fueling up for their big flight in the next few weeks. 
The bushes outfront have also started to change to their fall colors. Sooooo pretty!
Have a blessed Wednesday.

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