Persicaria amplexicaulis, which I called polygonum in the earlier post.
The template of this blog has been tweaked to accommodate super-size photos, and the question is:
Are you left feeling queasy? It's really the overall impression that interests me.
Here are some more pictures from Monday's visit to the Battery Conservancy. And also a link to what is blooming now in the gardens. It is not 100% up to date, but it is very helpful.
Aster tataricus "Jindai", three feet tall, and just coming into bloom, now.
One of my favourite perennials, Astrantia major, blooming again after its late spring flush.
Denizens of the garden.
An excellent example of fall flowers Ceratostigma plumbaginoides and Aster x frikartii.
At least I think it is Aster x frikartii...
Crocus pulchellus. Yes, real crocuses, not colchicum.
A little-used clematis, which sprawls and rambles. C. jouiniana "Praecox".
And finally, breezy Panicum, not sure which cultivar, possibly "Rehbraun".