Tag: Rudbeckia subtomentosa ‘Henry Eiler’s’ (Henry Eiler’s Coneflower) in September

  • Bittersweet Endings: Nod To November

    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 […]

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  • September’s Swing Season

    Henry Eiler’s Conflower (Rudbeckia subtomentosa ‘Henry Eiler’s) & Flame Grass (Miscanthus sinensis purpurascens), Catch Late Summer’s Low, Golden Rays  With daylight hours diminishing, and evening chill settling in, the garden’s hues are changing quickly now. Leaves are taking on autumnal tints of red, orange and chartreuse and berries are brightening to shades of wine, purple, […]

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