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September 1, 2019

Out Back Gardens Of Late Summer

 First up are my limelight hydrangeas- they're mostly white but will go green and then pink.

 Let's take a walk down the pathway...

 My hostas are doing well, starting to show signs that it's the end of the season though.

This is another view of the same group of hostas.

 Out by the fountain the planters are doing well.


 My hosta hill.  Some are still in bloom.  I choose to leave the blooms in place since the hummingbirds and bees love them!  I cut the flowers away as they decline.

 I planted two swans with the same impatiens and they're just about grown over.  I actually cut away some flowers so you could see their heads. 

 Another view of my other hosta hill planted last year which is doing very well.  I moved my lighthouse out to the back here.

 My Empress Wu hosta is developing into the giant that it's supposed to be.   Covers up my fairy statue now! Those are Brother Stefan hostas up front.  Love their contrasting leaf color.

 Love these yellow begonias!


 In the corner of my deck are a trio of planters.  The one down below is overgrown with white impatiens and there are also some ivy creeping out of the bottom and some caladiums that you can't even see in the middle. 
 
 This one I planned to be a fall display consisting of several varieties of coleus.

 This one is a floppy mess of snapdragons, salvia and asparagus ferns.  The hummingbirds love it though!

 This Mexican Heather plant took over!  The other side is an asparagus fern.

 And lastly my fairy garden area.

I have to pick up the fairies daily as the chipmunks like to roam through!  The white alyssum make for a nice cottage setting.  The Annabelle hydrangeas have gone from white to green and are starting to get papery.  They'll make for nice dried flowers before long.

So that's my Out Back Gardens of Late Summer!

7 comments:

  1. Liz, You have the most beautiful shade gardens. I love the hostas. Your fairy garden is adorable too.You have a wonderful green thumb.:):) Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  2. Your gardens are so very beautiful. I wish I could see them in person. With pictures you only get part of the "real feel" of the garden...and yours are GORGEOUS!!!xo Diana

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  3. You could charge admission to your garden! It's so very beautiful, Liz. I can tell it takes a ton of work and that you are incredibly dedicated to it. Your work certainly pays off. I truly admire it!

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  4. Liz it is all so lush and full and pretty. Let's hope we get a long fall before a frost so you can enjoy that pretty backyard.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  5. Just stunning Liz! I'm "green" with envy, LOL!

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  6. Wow....what an amazing garden. You have that green thumb for sure. Very, very pretty.

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  7. Your gardens looks so lush and full. Love the host as. What lovely flowers. They are so full and beautiful. Lots of hard work has paid off.

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Welcome to Home and Gardening With Liz. I have combined my previous blogs “Infuse With Liz” and “Sit With Me In My Garden” into this new blog. I love interior decorating and gardening. I enjoy redefining interior spaces by moving things around and reusing decorative items already found in the home. I also enjoy creating tablescapes and an occasional crafting project. I'm so pleased you've stopped by. I invite you to follow me and I do hope you will keep coming back! Liz
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