A few photos to show what is looking good in the garden this month

Dahlia ‘Merckii’ with Phacelia tanacetifolia
The staghorn sumac, Rhus typhina igniting its fire
Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire turning a lovely yellow
Symphyotrichum (Aster) ‘Diamond Jubilee’ smothered in small pale flowers
Shiny black and green calyx developing on Nicandra physalodes
The dark leaves of Sambucus nigra ‘Thundercloud’ turning a gorgeous salmon-pink
Droplets of rain on Panicum seed heads
Small flowers and soft green foliage on Sphaeralcea ‘Newleaze Coral’
Rosa ‘Dark Secrets’ are kept in the border!
A small but pretty Hypericum – Rose of Sharon
Bobbly blue heads of Liriope muscari
Aster pyrenaeus ‘Lutetia’ reclining on the gravel
Pennisetum ‘Fairy tails’ showing its tails!
Symphyotrichum laevis ‘Calliope’ glows in the evenings
Miscanthus ‘Cindy’ showing pink seed heads in the gravel
Linum grandiflorum (scarlet flax) seen through Agrostis fibre optics seeds
Penstemon ‘Blackbird’ still going strong
Verbena bonariensis lights up the borders
A glowing bloom of Rosa ‘Warm Welcome’
Symphyotrichum ‘Ericoides’ smothered in pale blooms
Tiny pinkish seed heads on Panicum ‘Warrior’
Pale coral flowers of Sphaeralcea ‘Childerly spotted with rain
Sugar mouse pink blooms of Rosa ‘Bonica’
Nicotiana ‘Mutabilis’ blooms at five foot
A Plectranthus blooming in part shade
Miscanthus ‘Flamingo’ with seed heads
A beautiful pale species of Linaria
A dramatically dark sweep pea
Second round for Phacelia tenacetifolia – scorpion weed