Tuesday, November 5, 2019

November in the garden

Not everything has collapsed with the first wack of cold weather , but quite a lot  !











The mashed up  shade garden ! I 'll leave it  melt down on it's own .



The best seed heads  on Clematis Helios 











7 comments:

  1. That second to the last photo, with the Yucca desmetiana ‘Blue Boy’, wow! How do you keep them looking so perfect?

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    1. " Blue boy" looks looks pretty tatty all summer . I think it takes till now to recover from the winter! Then we start all over again .

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  2. I LOVE the light and composition of the photo between the melting down shade garden (got one of my own) and the clematis.

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    1. Thank you ! I call it a shade garden , but since my neighbor cut down all her trees , it's not very shady.

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  3. It looks great still! What's that Saxifrage, by the way? Very charming. Also, the Chrysanthemum - that's the one you bought from JC a few years ago, I think? Mine is doing well, it looks like yours is too! Cheers!

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  4. There are so many different shapes and textures in your garden even after the bad weather. It is still enjoyable to visit.
    Jeannie@GetMeToTheCountry

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