Playing with natives and the trials and tribulations of my shady garden
Beautiful photos, Patty!Greetings, RW & SK
Thank you both.
So pretty and how fun to observe the interesting ephemeral things in your garden.
Hi Carolyn, I do wait for the copper beech to turn every year. It is the last of my fall colour. It is also the last of the leaves to rake up.
A tiny tornado or a mini UFO?
Hmm, tiny tornado I think.
Oh, that is magical. I love it when those things happen. Very pretty pictures, too--you captured them with the perfect light!
Thanks Beth. I confess to waiting until the light was right.
Alais that beautiful fall color is so fleeting! Interesting crop circle Patty. I guess the smooth texture of the rock makes it easy for the wind to blow any leaves clear.
You are right Jennifer, as I have waited for the beech to turn gold I will wait for my peonies in the spring.
I enjoyed your golden photos. I made mention in a recent post how beautiful are the trees in Ontario. Our area does have some special Autumn colors. I have not been as far as Toronto though.
There are many beautiful views of autumn trees in Ontario, especially north of Toronto. I try to make it one of our conservation parks to see the colour every year. This year I did not though.