Hello! Richard and I are back in the USA! We have been visiting England for the past two weeks, I have had limited access on the computer and have not been able to visit all your lovely blogs! AND for me to have completed as many posts as I did was a challenge. You wouldn't believe it but the keyboard is different in England than it is in the USA! For example, the shift key is in a different spot on the left side, so I made myself use the shift key on the right to make all my capital letters! Yes, I know this is fascinating! HA!
Okay...you know I will be
It is almost seven in the evening in Georgia, but it feels like midnight to me, so ...good night! And let me know if you know the flower, okay? Thank you!
UPDATE: Flower has now been identified! It is most commonly known as a Japanese anemone or a windflower (anemone hupehensis). Thank you to Meike and Meike's Mum for this!
It seems that certain cultivars bloom very late into the autumn which must be the ones that were in the English gardens that we saw! One of the anemones cultivars is named after "Kriemhilde" and I found this interesting.