August appears to be the month of the Eryngium bloom in my garden with 6 of the 10 different types in some stage of blooming. We start with Eryngium ‘Sapphire Blue’ (it's lost most of it's blue with age)...
And finally, Eryngium yuccifolium...
A few of my Echium russicum are experiencing a second round of blooming, although on much shorter stalks.
Echinops 'arctic glow'
Macleaya cordata, with Echinops 'arctic glow' on the left.
Eucomis pole-evansii, not yet in full bloom but at this stage the tuft of leaves on top really stands out.
Hibiscus syriacus 'Red Heart'…
Acanthus mollis with Sedum ‘autumn joy’ in the foreground.
Lysimachia Paridiformis F. Stenophylla
Agapanthus, I almost I like this stage best of all, when most have the flowers have faded and some seeds have formed.
The shortest blooming Canna you’ll ever see! I guess it’s obvious I haven’t watered my front garden much this year.
Anigozanthos (Kangaroo Paw)
Chasmanthium latifolium (Northern Sea Oats)
Grevillea juniperina ‘Lava Cascade’
Grevillea juniperina ‘Molonglo'
And finally a couple of images that I’m reposting from earlier, because they are still blooming! A tall Canna Tropicana Black…
And a small Haworthia flower…
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