We are moving it the final phase of blooming plants, in fact some are practically finished. Still, blooms are so nice to see, I will take what I can get. The wisteria is blooming for the third time this year, albeit on a small scale. This Rudbekia lacinata is nearing its end now: The Schizostylus is looking pretty but the clump is very small, with only one blooming stem. It was a gift from a man, but he did not know exactly which one it was. That is to say that there at least three similar looking “kafferlelies.” The petals have a discreet lavender tint to them, while he thought that it was a white variety. Perhaps that is normal. I don’t know, but this South African beauty really is attractive to see. Other things still blooming are heleniums, clematis and sedems.