|The Hill Garden in November|
Welcome to Gilmore Gardens in November!We have come through frost and snow to emerge with one more bloom post for the year. It is highly unlikely there will be many flowers for December. But for now, I am immensely enjoying the autumn season this year in our garden and our last moments in the (remaining) sun.
|View across the Front Walk to the Hill|
|Faded Allium tuberosum viewed from the sidewalk|
|View from the driveway of the Hill|
|Sedum 'Autumn Joy'|
|Vivid tones of purple barberry bush (Berberis thunbergii)|
|Sedum 'Autumn Joy' with fading Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola').|
|Trellis around the Circle Lawn with Clematis 'Fairy Dust'|
|Clematis 'Fairy Dust' in a November sunset|
|View from the Circle Lawn to the Shade Path... color enhanced only by the sunset.|
|The Shade Path seen from the sidewalk|
|Yellow perennial foxgloves (Digitalis grandiflora)|
Thank you again to Carol at May Dreams for hosting GBBD on the 15th of every month!
I recommend spending a few indulgent moments - with a cup of tea as a requirement - perusing through the long list of amazing gardens from around the world. I am looking forward to seeing some spring/summer photos from blogging friends in Australia! (I am perpetually waiting for spring; a hopeless spring romantic.)
Happy November to your part of the world!