I don't have many photos share , having had a bit of a malfunction when taking them .Operator error I might add.
I believe this to be Sedum 'Bertram Anderson' . I accidentally planted it with Artemesia 'Valerie Finnis (accidental because she was cut down to the ground at he time and I forgot she was there) and what a fine pairing they make.
I was sure this white Lantana was done-for after this winter-it took forever to come back and it's still quite small.
I only got photos of 2 of the Fuchsias but I have several blooming now, most of them added this year. I confess I love them in spite of the water needs and heat-protection coddleing they require here . They are the most significant plant of my childhood , and I can only imagine how many I would have if I lived closer to the coast.
Clematis 'Arabella' will bloom well into October. I experimented with a mid-season pruning last month to rid her of some unsightly brown leaves. So far I don't see much in the way of revival . In spite of the crummy foliage the blooming continues..
C. Rooguchi, a BloomDay regular.
A front garden combo along the path, Rozanne and this nice little yellow flower for which I have recurring plant amnesia. I can never remember it's damn name .
Eryngiums are slowing down , but they have certainly pulled their weight around here this summer.
And this is Caryopteris 'Hint of Gold' hands down the best cultivar of the genus that I have ever grown. I'm hoping to acquire a couple more.
Be sure to stop by May Dreams Gardens to find links to many more August bloom-fests.