Wednesday, September 26, 2012

The Latest Peek at the Hospital Garden

A friend of mine, who works at the hospital, took this photo in hopes it'll get published in our local newspaper.  Looks pretty good, doesn't it?  Just thought I'd give you another glimpse.

The purple asters in the right foreground are a mass of three plants.  Cute little dianthus in front...
Lots of color.  Good times!

I spotted a nice trelllis for the left side of the wooden fence this afternoon.  I'll pick it up Saturday.
Next year there will be a couple more clematis.

I'll see if I can't get a post created showing the wild happenings in my backyard these days!

It'll be wonderful to end this season, enter Winter and look forward to next Spring... 
all in due time, of course!  :-)

Best wishes to each of you, my gardening friends.


Carolyn ♥ said...

Your garden speaks of Autumn... lovely!

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Congratulations on winning IMAGINE CHILDHOOD!

We will ship your book next week.

All joys,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

Shady Gardener said...

Hi Carolyn, Thanks for stopping by today!

Sharon - I am speechless. Doesn't happen often! ha. Thank you so much for your generosity and I look forward to the arrival of the book.

troutbirder said...

Beautiful. I wish my fall gardens didn't look so bedraggled * except for the mums, of course....:)

Shady Gardener said...

I understand. This little garden has helped me keep my sanity! Lol

Rosemary said...

Shady lovely garden and a real show stopper with the aster..... reminds me to get an aster or 2 for my garden next spring.... I too am looking forward to putting my garden to bed for this season. Hoping next summer is a bit more pleasant re rain and mild temps.

Nutty Gnome said...

Oh Shady, it's lovely!

Rose said...

Hi, Shady, I remember you posting some photos of this garden when your group first started on it. The end result looks so good! It's sure to put a smile on visitors' faces--great job!

Shady Gardener said...

Hi Rosemary, Not only do I Really Favor asters, but I'm leaning towards somehow cutting back my gardening next year... I'll be seeking some input!!

Thank you Liz! I'm very excited to see the garden develop next year, and the year after that. You know... sleep, creep and leap?

Rose, this garden has been the bright spot in my heart this year. So it's not only benefited the hospital patients. :-)