I’ve been snapping pictures of a late fall, walking around in the garden, feeling blessed, and I had to share the pictures and blessings with you! There’s so much to see and do. For now, the doing may have to wait for a warm day here and there, without rain. The weeds are getting out of control, so we are blessed with good weather and good soil!
We promised Jean Potuchek over at Jean’s Garden to share our new baby cedar pictures, an Atlantica Glauca:
We are blessed it is surviving, they are said to be hard to transplant.
DH found a late season praying mantis and her egg case:
We are blessed to have so many little hungry mouths to feed next season!
We finished planting the expanded path garden. We’ll take pictures next year to show how this planting came out.
We are so blessed to have the opportunity to plan and plant another season!
We are so blessed in zone 7 to have such extended fall color:
The river birch in our birthday garden is always interesting, but it is the star of the garden in the winter:
And the star of the patio is the japanese maple:
How are you counting your blessings?
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