We are experiencing a cold wind that is bringing in winter temps today. It warms me looking back at a few pictures I managed to take.
This Spirea is so pretty in the fall. I didn't remember that until I came around the corner of the house and it was ablaze in the morning sun. I am not sure which Spirea it is. It is the one that has little white balls on it during spring.
Now this is a new treat for us. This Dogwood shrub, Golden Glow, is nomrmally a Chartreuse-gold and it has turned to fall with a brilliant coat of reddish leaves.
These yellow mums have decided to change outfits this fall. As the weather has cooled it has put on an orangy bronze for the end of the season.
This tree isn't in our garden but I couldn't resist putting a picture of iton my blog. I have so enjoyed
this beauty all fall. I love the contrast of the dark
bark peeking out from under the golden/orange leaves.
It just screams FALL to me.
Another screamer I found is this pink bush that literally stopped me as we were driving toward home this afteernoon. It isn't exactly a color that one expects to see during fall.
I am not sure what kind of bush/tree it is but the leaves are really pink and stand out with all around it being red, orange or yellow.
I hope you all enjoyed this last lovely weekend of fall. Winter is definitely knocking on our door today.