Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Autumn Colors - Part 1

This is Part 1 of three different postings.  -  -  -  Choose as many as you care to view.

Engelman Ivy on Driftwood

At this time of year while walking through the different garden rooms, one finds there are many soft and muted colors showing in the Gardens at Waters East.  The shades of pinks, blues, yellows, and browns, seen in the blooms and even in the clouds – announce that Fall is here.  Can Winter be far behind?

The following photos were all taken within these last days of September.  Now is the time to sit back and enjoy the final weeks of the growing season.  Lots of Winter preparations yet to be done - - that can wait,  for now just enjoy.

 Asters at Middle Walk

Barbary - Sunsations

 Ninebark - Autumn Jazz

Cardinal - top of Blue Spruce

Goldenrod - West Field

Creeping Thyme

Native Sunflower - Maximillium

Bumble Bee in Morning Glory

Brown Tones of
Ribbon Grass

Sedum - Autumn Joy
Sedum - Mount Everest

Seed Pods
Siberian Iris

Sumac & Goldenrod

Seed Pods
Baptisia Australis

Sunset on Clouds
Looking East!

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