Colder and colder - brrrrr - Don't forget to pack away any garden ornaments that would be harmed by freeze. We all hate to be out in the dark gathering up when the temp is dropping fast! Plus be ready to bring in house plants that have been luxuriating all summer outside.

Beauty is one of the rare things that
do not lead to doubt of God.
Jean Anouilh

the tough toad lilies of fall look like something that would only grow in a glass house with a lot of pampering

bees surely do appreciate flowers for autumn

There is always music amongst the trees in the garden, but our hearts must be very quiet to hear it.
Minnie Aumonier

Crimums are another unexpected autumn flower - doesn't it just scream APRIL! ? These old fashion flowers can be found around old homesteads, still blooming years and years later.

"Observe how all things are continually being born of change; teach yourself to see that Nature's highest happiness lies in changing the things that are, and forming new things after their kind. Whatever is, is in some sense the seed of what is to emerge from it. Nothing can become a philosopher less than to imagine that seed can only be something that is planted in the earth or the womb."                                       Marcus Aurelius

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