is usually our hottest month of the year.
But there are plenty of heat-loving flowers in the Long Border.
In the middle section, is the crisp white Shasta 'Becky'.
At the pink end, Crape Myrtles rises above the mystery ginger,
The Violet Bed is visable from the hot end of the Long Border.
As the yellow Achillea 'Moon Shine' loses its color,
The old fashioned Tiger Lily blooms nearby.
At the blue end is a stately Salvia guaranitica.
This month's bit of wildlife is a rare find - it is only the second time
my treasured Anole lizards.
All images on the Come Strolls are made in the garden