No surprise to see Sedum 'Autumn Joy' blooming now. I've got several different Sedums blooming, I love watching how intense the red becomes as the flower ages.
Chocolate Eupatorium/Joe Pye Weed has finally bloomed.
The Impatiens will bloom until the first frost. This is the time of year I really appreciate them. They almost seem at their peak right now, the plants are big and full of flowers.
Heuchera 'Caramel' as well as many other Heucheras are blooming again. Hardy fuchsias are blooming behind them.
Linaria was cut back and is now reblooming.
Mexican Orange (Choysia ternata) is blooming for a second time. It's first bloom is in late spring.
Now this was a surprise, a Primula blooming. Looks like the slugs found it already.
Rose 'Abraham Darby' had a couple of blooms left although smaller than they would be in the summer. 'Lady Emma Hamilton' is full of flowers, and 'Tamora', 'Julia Child' and 'Iceberg' all have flowers. 'Honey Perfume' has quite a few buds too.
Nicotiana grown from seed from Lona is still blooming as is the Nicotiana 'Limelight'. I saw that a hummingbird had discovered these ones today.
If anyone remembers this little Meyer Lemon tree was overwintered inside last winter. It bloomed and was hand pollinated by the Littlest Gardener back in December of 2009. It looks just about ready to pick. I saw that there are about 4 little baby lemons starting on it too.
To see what is blooming around the rest of the world visit Carol at May Dreams Gardens for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day and Tootsie at Tootsie Time for Fertilizer Friday.