It seems to get dark so early now...we are at less than 13 hours of daylight now. The trees are starting to turn color. Everything is going to start to peter out. Had frost on the roof a few mornings, but it didn't seem to affect the plants. Let's see some of your fall blooms.
Thank you Joanne. The first shot is of Morden Blush, then Sharifa Asma (Austin) HT, and finally Barbra Striesand HT. I have three other HT's blooming right now as well, Abe Darby, Chicago Peace and the one below, Opening Night. And yes, they are all fragrant. Yours are lovely as well. Great thread. ^_^
yes by seed but not as an annual I am bringing them in with my dahlias it took for ever for them to grow and bloom, started them in january for august blooms but next summer they will bloom all summer and today is the day they are coming in
no problem make sure to use a dome and a south facing window as seedling they do not like transplanting so put a few seeds each in three inch pots and keep them in those till you transplant outside and they like it a little on the dry side after the first true leaves come out, but they are worth the work I just so enjoyed them this year, I cut so many to bring inside since they last over two weeks in a vase