Of Rust & Rain: November’s Garden
The Leaves of Enkianthus campanulatas ‘Red Bells’ Flicker Against Grey-Green Microbiota decussata. This Beauty is Equally Stunning in Springtime. Click Here to Read More.Â
Early November’s combination of thick frost, cold rain, wet snow and high wind has taken a toll on late season color in the garden. Trees along the ledgy ridge line —particularly the delicate birch– stand naked now; having long since been stripped of their leaves. Still, in the protected pockets, a few burnished blossoms and leafy gems remain: Japanese maple, enkianthus, hydrangea and of course the conifers. Winter is coming. Soon, only the garden’s bare bones will remain.
Chalky White Lines Etch the Land: Betula papyrifera. Bark & Branches Make the Winter Garden. Read More Here.Â Â
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ in November. Read More About Limelight Hydrangea Here.
Floating Leaves of Fire from the Blue Green Dragon (Acer palmatum x dissectum ‘Seiryu’)
Acer palmatum x dissectum ‘Seiryu’ with Viburnum bodnantense ‘Dawn’ at Secret Garden Door
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