It’s been a beautiful Fall in Michigan. This weekend was filled with raking leaves, planting bulbs and moving forget-me-nots into their Springtime positions. Here’s some photos of the November garden.
The tree in front of the house was blazing with color this past week. It only took a few days for all these leaves to fall to the ground. Beauty is fleeting.
A ‘Forest Pansy’ redbud leaf changing colors.
View through the leaves of a weeping cherry.
Coleus leaves caught before the first killing frost.
This ‘Little Henry’ Sweetspire is turning a lovely shade of red and makes a wonderful addition to the garden.
I made this wreath from flowers from my Limelight and Mophed hydrangeas.
Beautiful leaves that caught my eye while raking.
A collection of stones found walking a Lake Huron beach in August. I’ve had this collection on our patio table and need to find a new home for it before the first snow arrives.