November Bloom Day Report

by Susan Harris
Garden Blogger Bloom Day is venerable tradition by blogging standards, and one that we love.  The 15th of every month everyone posts photos of whatever is in bloom, then park the link on this blog for all to see – usually well over 100 of us.

By November, some of our more northern friends have given up the ghost, at least until their forced-and-potted bulbs start their show.  We Marylanders are luckier, especially if we live around trees.  Here are some views of my garden or my next-door neighbor’s garden, and I’ve posted more here on my blog.

Japanese Anemone in my Front Garden

Amsonia hubrectii and 'Nellie Stevens' Hollies

Still going strong, plain old mums, with foliage of a Spirea

3 Responses to November Bloom Day Report

  1. Larry says:

    The hollies are very impressive… in our area we are very limited in the ability to use hollies and the one I have need to be covered with burlap every year… L

  2. RBell says:

    The mums are certainly putting on their fall colors. Very nice.

  3. Scott says:

    Love those Anemones…and I’m so jealous of your Amsonia…it’s stunning!

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