At least it seems to be in our garden. We don't have many flowers blooming now.
Waiting for the Japanese Anemones to bring some color.
Same goes with the goldenrod 'Fireworks'.
Neither hibiscus plant has bloomed yet, although August is definitely their month.
This is as much bloom as the hops vines ever have. We'll have to whack them off unless we want volunteers everywhere. (we don't)
The many morning glories look nice. But only in the morning.
Still waiting on the Moonvines to bloom.
Datura foliage between bloom time.
This annual Salvia leucantha won't be blooming anytime soon.
Asters in waiting. Notice all the bug bites.
Trying to hold the mums back.
I've always loved this salvia officinalis 'Icterina'. We use it as an edging plant.
Will we be eating fresh corn from our garden this summer? Maybe. We do have some ears growing.
In the front containers the castor beans and elephant ears are looking good. And amaranthus 'Joseph Coat' shows a bit of color in its leaves. The reliable petunias are still blooming their little heads off.
To be perfectly honest we do have a few things blooming now; echinacea, coreopsis, perovskia, sunflowers and a few rudbeckias.
But it's all few and far between and the garden looks dry, bug bitten and tired.
I'm hoping next month for redemption from the mums, asters and anemones.
What is still looking good in your garden?