We got an inch of blessed rain the other day. We need more but it was wonderful to have a rainy day. The garden soldiers on through the drought with asters, mums, and other fall color. We have had visitors of course.
I refurbished some of my hypertufa troughs – silver saxifrages needed dividing
The fall foliage this year is glorious despite the drought. But it doesn’t seem to be lasting long. We get a quick blaze of color and then the leaves dry out and drop. For those who don’t live in New England – here’s a taste.
Amazing autumn color! The hawk can’t help but be expectant, he’s a bird, and it’s a bird feeder after all. He wants his food too!
What gorgeous color! What well composed photos. Gladdens my heart. There is a fall somewhere. There is still much beauty in the world. Thank you.
One year I will make it.. New England in the fall. Absolutely stunning.
I hope you come – would love to show you around. The best time is early – mid October in Massachusetts, a bit earlier for Vermont and New Hampshire
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Oh, the maple color is RAD! We can get a bit of color here, but it is from exotic species.