Autumn Color

Now that the leaves are gone, at least here in the Northeast, other sources of color in the garden begin to shine in the pale golden November light. Here are a few of my favorites in a brief photo essay put together this past week.

Heathers – many of which display spectacularly colored winter foliage  –  combined here with golden dwarf chamaecyparis, mugo pine, and pinks in the rock garden.

Miscanthus ‘Morning Light’, caught at a November sunset:

Deciduous Holly, Ilex verticillata – always an autumn showstopper, at least until the wild turkeys find the berries:

From my garden to yours, the warmest wishes for a hale and hearty Thanksgiving.


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