Enjoying Fall Foliage

A photo walk-about in the garden on a drizzly day.

Carex testacea
Sept17-2015-039b

Aster lateriflorus ‘Prince’ beginning to bloom.Sept17-2015-037b

Unknown AsterSept17-2015-036b

Panicum virgatum Cheyenne Sky Sept17-2015-034b

A baby EnkianthusSept17-2015-033b

Ferns Sept17-2015-031b

Oakleaf HydrangeaSept17-2015-029b

Katsura ‘Red Fox Sept17-2015-028b

The seeds on the tree above our parking spot collect along the base only. Sept17-2015-025b

The holly berries are now red.Sept17-2015-024b

Cercis Forest PansySept17-2015-023b

Black Stemmed BambooSept17-2015-021b

Callicarpa, a young plantSept17-2015-020b

A bronze coloured Japanese MapleSept17-2015-019b

Loropetalum has wonderful fall colourSept17-2015-003b

Cercis Canadensis stands out against rhododendrons.Sept17-2015-001b*****

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Gardener, knitter, wife, mother of 2, grandmother, and lots more.
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2 Responses to Enjoying Fall Foliage

  1. Alice says:

    Everything looks wonderful! How big does that beauty berry get?

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