Soggy Garden Day in Fall

It was supposed to be a sunny day…but I`ll enjoy the colors anyway!

This week we started cutting back perennials…but I usually leave the grasses until spring.

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This Clematis Freckles blooms very late in the year, so it does not get cut back either.

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     These Astrantia blooms are lasting way beyond what I expected!

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Chocolate Eupatorium blooms especially late.

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Aster “The Prince” is blooming at last. I love this!

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We have potted up many pots of Spring bulbs.

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This small Ginkgo tree is finally turning yellow.

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The young Enkianthus shrub has turned a bright red.

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Woodland Cyclamen are showing their beautiful leaves.

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The holding bed is full of color. 🙂

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Planted a new bed with shade loving plants. This is Rodgersia.

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This fungus is so pretty on a tree stump that my granddaughter wanted it photographed.

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Raindrops look like diamonds sparkling!

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The moss is happy with the moisture.

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Love to you all!

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*****

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Gardener, knitter, wife, mother of 2, grandmother, and lots more.
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One Response to Soggy Garden Day in Fall

  1. Alice says:

    Your color is way ahead of ours. Lovely photos!

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