We have had a wild couple of weather weeks. First the snow, then warm days in the 70’s and now reality has returned. Twenty-five degrees this morning. I took advantage of the warm days and got most of the garden clean-up done. Dahlias are now dug, dried and put away. The elephant ears and brugmansia are hibernating in the basement.

Pear tree
A leucistic finch – very cool

We always mow the meadow once a year

Meadow after being mowed
Five deer strolled by the other day

We had some tree work done

A frosty dragonfly
The garden ready for winter

So everything is resting. No more blooms until spring but as usual there will still be beauty during the winter months.

4 thoughts on “Mid-November

  1. Yes, summer is done for us, too, although we haven’t had snow yet where I live in the Southern Tier of New York (near the Pennsylvania border). I still have a stray flower or two, plus some that have survived in hanging baskets. Your leucistic finch was very pretty indeed.

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