October has come to an end. The gardens have been cutback and prepared for Winter. Now is the time to enjoy some of the remaining final colors of the season here at Gardens at Waters East.
As happens with the “end of the month review” every month, it is difficult picking only a few photos that reflect the entire month in plants and views. Thus, this is only a small sampling of the many many photos taken during October. All of the following photos have never been posted before today.
Viburnum - Autumn Jazz
checking last of the asters
Barberry - Golden Nugget
after Fall garden cutback
Ninebark - Golden Nugget
Fog from Lake Michigan
Gravestone along Outer Path
Thoughts of Halloween
Garden - Middle Walk
before Fall cutback
Lavender & Barberry - Crimson Pigmy
Lily of the Valley - berries
before brining inside for the Winter
growing in Karst Stone
October 21, 2012
Gardens at Waters East
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Lots of beautiful flowers in your garden in october! Thank you!ReplyDelete
You had still a lot of colour in October, like the views over the Middle walk and the Lily path.ReplyDelete
Wonderful landscape by Lake Michigan!ReplyDelete