Here is my view this Tuesday, as I focus on one area of my garden through the seasons.
Freshly mown grass always makes the garden look tidier, don’t you agree?!
And cooler temperatures also meant I could cut down (or pull out) a lot more of the Lysimachia that has now gone brown and is starting to flop. It was on the right of the picture below… If cut back in time it sends up new shoots which serve as perfect ground cover until the winter.
With some Alchemilla also cut back the view at ground level has opened up and the Heuchera leaves are looking wonderful in front of the purple Teucrium that just goes on and on flowering. 🙂
Now that the heat and humidity is subsiding, there is a distinct ‘late summer’ feeling to the garden, and nothing says it better than the sight of Golden Rod just coming into flower at the bottom right of the view (behind the Acer). Yes, the summer is drawing to an end and I am relieved that the temperatures are set to drop a few degrees over the next few days. Time for a breather! 🙂
I wonder if you are seeing signs of late summer yet in your gardens?
I welcome any other ‘Tuesday Views’ to link in to this post in the comments below.
Have a great week!