Sunday, September 30, 2007

Fall Gardens II

The sedum plant always adds color to the autumn display. This presentation will last late into Fall and will survive several minor frosts.

The perennial garden has been cleaned and cut back for the winter. The bayberry at left will hold color throughout. Some plants will receive a layer of mulch to help them survive.

The Japanese anenome are the last late season prolific growers. They will show off for another month or so, and they overwinter year after year.

The red apples and green foliage make a pretty picture this time of year. One of our horses likes these apples as treats very much, while the other one wishes they were a sweeter, sugary variety.
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