Sweet autumn...a fall blooming clematis with a heavenly fragrance...is putting on a show.
The show is rather incomplete this year...as last winter's deep freeze stole one half of the arbour cover.
It will be back in full force next year...guaranteed.
I'm thinking I may need a little help with cleaning up the grapes this year.
And the apple-tree-of-many-stripes is about ready for it's first big harvest.
It is my fun tree...with five varieties on one trunk.
The yellow transparent branch produced only one apple this year...
and now we will try the Cortland, Macintosh, Liberty and Jonagold...soon.
The herb garden is not yet in fall mode...and grows faster than I can snip.
The grasses are in their glory...
and will look like this through the winter months.
It's Hamlin fountain grass...in case you were wondering.
As for these...they have me wondering as well!
Maybe the lawn is missing some nutrient or other...
and is sending up these specimens as a signal.
I'm mowing over them regularly...
but they keep coming back.
As you all know...
I mow over all kinds of things!
Some never come back.
I'm still sad about my missing camera...
but my old one is not too bad.
I'm almost getting used to it...duct tape and all!