Isn't this a beauty?!
I like them when they're green too! I wonder if there is a way to keep them from ripening further
They have a lot of various ornamental grasses and hostas. I hope to get a couple starts of the variegated one - I believe it is Zebra Grass
I don't have a lot blooming in my yard for Fall interest, so I got a pot of mums for the front porch to keep the impatiens and lancifolia hosta company
In the back, the hydrangea blooms are turning brown, the hummingbirds are enjoying the lancifolia hostas, the bees are enjoying sedum autumn joy, and the grasses have their seed heads
This is a little pot and set of birds I got at an estate sale this Summer. I have no intention of using the pot for planting. . . just a perch for my birds
I also picked up this shallow waterer for the birds - it's about the only thing rabbits are good for in a garden
I've been watering the shade garden where my caladium is so I can dig them up and store them for next year. The ground is hard as concrete with the drought we've had
As the day light gets shorter, I am hoping we will see more Fall colors. The one and only thing I don't like about Fall is that I know what season is coming next. Although Winters can be harsh in Nebraska, I can't imagine living anywhere that doesn't have the four seasons like we do.
I hope you are enjoying Fall!