There is no denying the change in seasons now.
Sunny days are warm but as soon as the sun goes down,
it cools off very quickly.
I'm still watching my Monarch chrysalis' for any signs of change but so far, no butterflies.
While waiting, I thought we should take a look-see around the garden.
The Arabella table revamped for Fall.
Japanese Anemone 'Honorine Jobert' beginning to bloom,
with 'Rhumba' Chrysanthemums in tow.
Love that the bees love these too.
A lone bloom on Clematis 'Jackmanii' ~ infinitely more exciting now than during the peak of its bloom period.
The change in seasons means it's also time to take stock of what will be saved from frost and what will be given up.
Above: Caryopteris 'Blue Mist'
Below: Supertunia 'Pretty Much Picasso'
I dread dragging everything into the garage or basement but next Spring (like every Spring), I'll be glad I did.
So full steam ahead with the fall chores, starting with digging the Amaryllis bulbs.....
Plus a little more "playing" with the pumpkins.
What are you up to in the garden???