This week I visited the Harold Hiller Gardens near Romsey.
The temperature was 29 degrees.
The Pond and Bog Garden is tranquil.
Massive Gunnera manicata plants dominate the scene.
Colour is added by Echinacea.
The Centenary Border is magnificent.
A collection of Stipa and orange Kniphofia make great companions.
Elsewhere the are different varieties of Sedums.
Phlox, Verbena bonariensis and Dahlias are at their best at this time of year.
Once again September has provided one of the most beautiful times of the year for flower borders.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my visits to gardens to make the most of the delightful experience.