It was a pretty lovely day Sunday when I went out to take some pictures of the garden. The weather was chilly, but not exactly crisp as it was still pretty humid. But my hands and feet got chilled while I was out there, so that was a nice Autumnal touch.
We had a lot of rain this past week so everything got soaked really well, and with temperatures above freezing still, and even a day in the 70s coming up this week, I have a feeling there will be some last minute growth happening in the garden. It’s kind of exciting, waiting to see what it will do with such a tiny bit of time left.
Things are still basically holding steady from last week, so that’s pretty good. The grass sure has been loving the rain! It’s in its Autumn growth spurt and it looks so lush and full.
The yellow of the dying lilies adds an interesting layer of color to me.
The side patch is still pretty bright and sassy, although some of the coleus have lost a few leaves.
And that’s how my garden’s growing. How’s yours doing? Do you have any Winter preparations done?
cross-posted on my daily blog
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Thanks for looking!