Rose of Sharon.
Rose The Fairy.
Both Pelargoniums were overwintered already 4 years and they are still fine, blooming great. The lower one had an accident one month ago. Unfortunate pot was blew away by the wind and majority of poor Pelargonium got broken. The plant you see on the lower picture is only the remaining bottom which was saved. It seems to be happy to survive - look how many flowers appeared - I have a feeling it says "thank you, for not throwing me to compost heap".
Sedum spectabile Autumn Joy.
This is New England Aster known before as Aster novae-angliae, but today its taxonomy has changed to Symphyotrichum novae-angliae.
White petunia bought recently to fill the empty pot looks especially nice at the twilight - when white flowers glow like stars on the sky.
Perovskia articipfolia selfseeded - look where she is growing - in October I will move her to a better place.
Lavender is still blooming. Maybe it is not so prolific, but still charming.