A hardy fuschia name unknown but originated from a friends garden in Newquay Cornwall.
The last of the Cosmos and Lavatera flowers.
The hanging baskets on the lamp post never did as well as the others this year not sure why not possibly got a bit too hot and dry at the start of the season.
A cutting from my mother in law's rose taken by my sister in law. It's always nice to have plant associations adds such pleasure to a garden like greeting long lost friends I always think.
This hanging basket had a trim when the Petunia went over and has still remained interesting for a while longer.
I couldn't resist another Morning Glory photo as they are popping out all over now.
Third flush of The President but much smaller I suspect because I haven't watered as well as I should have done.
These flowers in the last few photos were all saying hello as I put the washing out, so I had to get the camera to capture them. They can be seen from indoors too, so double pleasure.