Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Wednesday Vignette - Spring meeting Fall

In this vignette you can see that the Columbine leaves are turning the colors of the Aster directly behind it. It must be that the Autumnal Aster is smitten with the Columbine and she is blushing.
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23 comments:

  1. That is fabulous! It's the kind of image that someone would see on Pinterest and think they could replicate it. Ha! Good thing you took a photo as it is liable to never happen again. My columbine leaves don't do anything that attractive.

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    1. I don't remember this happening before. This has been an odd year of gardening. The chemistry must be just right.

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  2. Ooh, that's lovely! Like Linda's, my Columbines aren't doing anything like it either. They just look dry and tattered. Maybe with the rain we'll hopefully get soon, they will perk up again. :)
    ~ Anna K

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    1. This area doesn't get extra water often. Maybe the drought did this.

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  3. Your blushing Columbine is beautiful, Lisa! Like Linda's and Anna's, mine are toasted.

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    1. A lot of mine are toasted too. I don't know what happened here but I like it.

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  4. Creative shot of nature's creation ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores

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  5. Hey that's a great look, I wish a few of my plants would color coordinate on their own!
    Maybe it had something t do with the summer heat? It's blushing with relief now that things are cooler and the rain is back :)

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  6. It is very pretty yet peculiar. I don't know what caused it. the rest of my columbine are their regular tatty selves.

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  7. Wow I wonder if the columbine leaves turn this color because they are a diffent variety than mine? What a lovely vignette Lisa. Hope you are enjoying a beautiful fall day. Hugs!

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    1. This is the every day Aquilegia canadensis. Must be something in the soil. We haven't been anywhere near a frost. It must be showing off some. Have a great weekend Debbie.

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  8. Ah, that's cool! Sometimes the plants design better than we do.

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    1. Isn't that the truth. Have a good weekend.

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  9. Oh do hope you are enjoying your garden as the season begins to change ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores

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  10. Great photo. I haven't noticed any color on our Columbines but now I want to go out and check.

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  11. So pretty Lisa and a wonderful explanation as to why :)
    I must and check my aquilegia leaves and see what they are up to.

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    1. Thank you Cheryl. I know you have some pretties in your garden now too. :)

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  12. Such a romantic thought! I enjoy seeing the foliage of different perennials turn this time of year.

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  13. Lovely garden as always ~ ^_^

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  14. Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  15. Ah, falling in love in the autumn. So sweet.

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