Frost in the morning was a reminder to tend the autumn garden and do some raking, weeding, planting and emptying containers for the coming winter.
Surprised and delighted that the nasturtium are hanging in this late in the season, but the petals are definitely drooping. Toad lily is still looking perky. A late pink rose looks a bit incongruous against the autumn-gold hydrangea.
I dug in some bulbs: juanita daffoldils in the front and back gardens, magic star double lily beside the tree peony, crocus here and there, and some big blue aliums nestled in with the Solomon Seal.
|Juanita Daffodils tucked away until next Spring|
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