Enjoyed a beautiful early fall day today — lot’s of sunshine and not too hot to work in the garden. I spent the morning deadheading and cleaning up those late summer perennial favourites including several bunches of Echinacea purpurea ‘Kim’s Knee High’, Rudbeckia and the many daylilies I have scattered throughout the garden. While doing so I couldn’t do anything but marvel and the massive blooms still appearing on my Geranium Rozanne. Rozanne begins blooming for me usually by late June. I cut it back severely around early August, as by that time I find the leaves a bit tired looking. Within a couple of weeks I have lush plants again and they bloom, untended right up to frost. Rozanne makes a great groundcover, spreading out where there is room and climbing slightly to ramble within with lower branches of bushes near by.