|Hydrangea 'Limelight' by the backyard fence|
It has been a beautiful fall, very warm and temperate. A cold front is blowing in this evening and we are expected to have a little snow tomorrow. Knowing the changing weather was coming motivated me to get out in the breeze this afternoon for some more seedling thinning and weeding. My fingers were freezing, but it was really nice to be out!
|Hill Garden on Thanksgiving Day|
|Allium tuberosum on the Hill|
|The Circle Lawn|
|Clematis 'Fairy Dust' still hanging on to a few last flowers|
|Cherry Corner garden|
|Sedum 'Autumn Joy' under the weeping Cherry tree|
|I love how it brings out the red in the Cherry bark|
|View of the Shade Path to the back of our property|
|Northern Sea Oats (Chasmanthium latifolium)|
|New Curb strip planting from May|
Thanks to Helen at The Patient Gardener for hosting the End of the Month View. I love how her posts walk through the garden, taking stock of improvements, etc. So, here is my first go at her concept.