From around the garden…..
There are changes happening to the beds. Each year the shape of the grass changes and beds grow. Plants move on to new homes to make room for others pulled from somewhere else. I love color and the beds change through the seasons from pastels to vibrant primaries, then back to softer colors to finish out the seasons. White, tawny golden from the grasses, murky green from the hydrangea and blue are the colors that welcomes in the winter. The Iceberg roses will be blooming with a coat of snow and so will the asters. The pear wears multicolored leaves until January. Then all settles in for a long Winter and cold Spring. And today, I saw the Canada geese in formation flying southward. And it is only August 14!
Wonder what the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting?