What's in Bloom - September 2012

September 27, 2012 by Parks Conservancy Staff

Fall is coaxing its way in and football weather is upon us. The annual closet exchange from breezy summer clothes to cozy winter attire is underway and leaf-peepers have their cameras on deck anticipating the gold and crimson hues of a Pittsburgh autumn. Don't worry, there will be an abundance of beautiful fall photos throughout the season, but in the meantime, enjoy some final splashes of pinks, purples and greens in our September What's in Bloom.

Highland Park Entry Garden

Anemone (anemone x hybrida) 'Honorine Jobert'

Aster & Helianthus

Aster & Summer Annuals

Flower Sage (salvia nemerosa) reblooming

New England Aster (aster nova-angliae)

Rubbeckia 'Herbstsonne'

Riverview Visitor Center

New Guinea Impatiens & Canna Lily

Schenley Park Cafe and Visitor Center

Pink Begonia

Pink Begonia layered in front of more Pink Begonia 'Dragon Wings' & Euphorbia 'Diamond Forst' planted in the pots.

More layers of Pink Begonia & Euphorbia

Mellon Park Walled Garden

Anemone (anemone x hybrida) 'Honorine Jobert'

Begonia, Pennisetum 'Fireworks' & Angelonia

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