Late Autumn’s Lingering Beauty
Â Tea Viburnum (Viburnum setigerum) paired with Maiden Grass (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’) on a Foggy Morn
When nature is generous with her warmth, November is one of my favorite months of the year. We’ve had a long, luxurious autumn; warm days, clear nights and foggy mornings. Blissful days for a gardener.
Two of my late-season favorites at this time of year —Viburnum setigerum and Cornus sericea— have proven particularly lovely this fall. Well worth adding to your garden design plan, I promise (once again).
Red Osier Dogwood (Cornus sericea) lights up a moody day
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2 Replies to “Late Autumn’s Lingering Beauty”
Been missing you much, Michaela. I see you’ve posted before this and I missed them. Guess I’ve been to busy to peruse my email. Glad to have seen you come up this afternoon. I needed a break from quilting and a dreary rainy day. Fall and fog in your gardens are a treat!
Thank you for that warm welcome back, Lynda. It was an incredibly busy year (too busy, in fact), and I had to step away from both blogging and (mostly), gardening. Slowly attempting to re-interate the blogging. xx M
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