If you are a gardener
you know that your garden is constantly changing.
From budding out in spring
to full on color in summer
to dying out in fall,
it is always changing.
Last week we had a killing freeze here in Ohio.
I picked all my tomatoes and peppers pre-frost
but left the flowers to fend for themselves.
Let's see what's blooming...
No surprise there's a fall mum in flower.
This is a surprise...the "annual" rum punch coreopsis has turned from summer shades of pinky-orange
to a deep pinky-red...and is still alive after a hard freeze!
The hydrangea by the walk way is still putting on a show!
As is this lavender on the other side of the walk way.
The toad lilies are finally blooming though no one has been in the garden to appreciate them.
Remember this secret garden photo from last spring?
Here's the same angle from yesterday.
The leaves are falling and there's not much color in the garden beyond the branches.
From tiny starts to full grown plants, the impatiens by the house are hanging on
as they are shielded from frost by the overhanging tree.
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