Bittersweet Endings: Nod To November

November 2nd, 2018 § 0 comments § permalink

Bittersweet Reflections (Acer palmatum x dissectum)

November arrived quietly this year; creeping in with melancholy whispers of fog and chilly rain. Bittersweet leaves glow along back roads and pile up in water-logged ditches. Suddenly, the skeletal lines of late autumn have reappeared. Winter is coming. We can feel it now, in our bones. Dia de los Muertos. From our Mexican neighbors I’ve learned to appreciate and celebrate the beauty of death in life. The cycle is coming to close. Embrace it. Spring will come again . . .

Miscanthus purpurascens with Rudbeckia subtomentosa ‘Henry Eilers’

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