Autumn in the Air
I usually bring my camera with me on autumn walks to catch the light left of the season. What follows is a collection of images -- gathered over the last week or two -- of some interesting plants that made me stop in my tracks and take note. I hope you enjoy.
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here and here. This time of year it shines with late-summer interest and also grasses.
Last but not least, Arabian starflower or Ornithogalum arabicum in the garden. I got these bulbs from the nursery when they were 75% off thinking they would never do anything. I was wrong. Aren't they interesting? Apparently, they are supposed to bloom in spring and summer but these are showing off in November. Go figure.
As we get closer to our closing date for the new home and eventually moving to the new, the focus will certainly shift to the moving of an entire (almost) garden. For now, I find it important to stop and see what is around me and to appreciate the changes in motion. There's no turning back now.
With that I wish you all a wonderful week and thank you for reading! Until next time, happy gardening!