~ In A Vase On Monday – ‘Tis Autumn ~

Not a lot blooming these days in my gardens; a few determined roses, and stalwart hydrangeas continuing their chameleon transition. Today I feature the last of the Rudbeckia with a few stems of sage and oregano in a handmade ceramic vase dating back to the 1960’s.


Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldstrum’, Origanum majoricum, Salvia officinalis.

To my friends and followers on WordPress, please accept my apology for not responding to your posts. I will be back in the swing soon, and look forward to seeing what you’ve been up to!

Thanks to Cathy at Rambling in the Garden  for providing the inspiration to brave the rain and find some lingering light and beauty in my garden.

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10 Responses to ~ In A Vase On Monday – ‘Tis Autumn ~

  1. Cathy says:

    Rudbeckia make such a statement, don’t they? I have had little success with the perennial varieties but the annuals have done well. Thanks for sharing yours

  2. Nice shots, Lindy! 🙂
    Roses are about all we have, except for a couple of others. Leaves are falling from the trees.

  3. That is a wonderful burst of colour … and I love your pottery vase. Rudbeckia is such a rewarding flower and I’ve realised that I haven’t got any in the garden. So now I find myself with at least 5 packets of seed for next year. Whoops!

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      Last burst of summer from these gardens! Once you get some started they will keep expanding and create a gorgeous blanket of bright yellow from mid-summer to early fall. Good luck!

  4. Chloris says:

    How lovely. You are lucky to have rudbeckia still in flower. A bit of sunshine in dark November.

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