Despite three heavy frost, our garden is still trying its very best to produce a happy bloom here and there for us. I would say at this point our little paradise is about half and half, half asleep and half awake. No matter how burned from the frost and the cold, as long as a plant is still producing blooms I can’t bear to cut it down.
This Hen and Chicks must surely have suffered from last night’s temperature of 25 degrees. Tonight it is expected to get equally as cold.
This Buckeye butterfly by now has moved on to a warmer place.
Jamie’s ‘Party’ Dahlia has sported its last bloom for this season and will soon wither to the ground.
This is the very first bloom on our tiny ‘Mine No Yuki’ camellia. I hope it’s the first of many to come.
Grandmother’s rose seems to be very happy in its new home. This is its third recovery from a near death. I’m pretty certain this will be the final resting place.
Should the 20 degree weather spare any more blooms I will be certain to share them with you. Until then, happy Fall. :-)