Because my favorite colors are pinks, whites, blues and purples, you will not see any yellows or oranges in the flowerbeds of the Flowering Gazebo; these colors are allowed in the left side flowerbeds.
As you look at the Flowering Gazebo flowerbeds you will see, with pre-planning, that it is still possible to keep them in flower and full, even in the later fall weeks. As successful as I can be in providing the right plants to continue bloom right through the cooler day and nights, I cannot know to what degree they will extend their bloom because so much is determined by if the weather is warm or cool, dry or damp. You will see in these photos that some years the Flowering Gazebo is totally overrun with flowers while other years the foliage is more dominate, which is still beautiful just with different effects. The warmer the weather the more beautiful the flowers, cooler temps slow down flower production.
The flowers are pretty much the same as have been going for a few weeks: DAHLIA, ROSES, a few late CLEMATIS, CHRYSANTHEMUM, ASTER, VERONICA, CONTINUAL SUMMER-LONG BLOOMING ANNUALS such as PETUNIA and SALVIA, GERANIUM, perennial AGERATUM and ANEMONES. More flowers will bloom with warmer temps, cooler temps slow the regeneration because even nature knows it will soon be slowing to a stop and taking a several month long nap, only to awaken next Spring.
The TALL GRASS is still a beautiful backdrop this entire season.