We were supposed to get a big snowstorm yesterday and today, so I ran outside to get some pictures of some of the Japanese maples and a few other plants! So far, there’s just a sprinkling of snow on the trees…
My laceless maple turned bright red this year! I think in the past its been orange/yellow.
I took this picture of some of my roses a couple weeks ago.
And just when I said this plant was not blossoming this year, all of a sudden it was filled with blooms!
Also, I complained about this hydrangea not blooming. All of a sudden there was one bloom on it!
Some of my little roses. They never stop blooming!
Two more Japanese maples.
And the dogwood tree, which absolutely has the most beautiful colors in the fall. It hasn’t bloomed for years. This year I’m going to prune it, and see if that helps!
A close-up of the dogwood tree’s leaves.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am staying home this year, and looking forward to it!
It still looks so beautiful in your garden! Mine is all done for the year LOL. Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Lori!
Lovely photos of the seasons colors. Enjoy your Thanksgiving day.
Thanks so much. Have a happy Thanksgiving too!
Lovely garden for November!
Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving of reflection or art or animal family bonding, whatever you have planned.
Jeannie! So great to hear from you! I hope you have a great day too!
It was a treat to “walk thru your garden” today. The colors are super. That “little rose” is still so darn cute. Re your hydrangea,, my garden center master gardener told me to prune mine back in the spring just before it begins new growth…..it worked with increased flowers this year. She also said to prune right after blooming season for other shrubs for increased blooming, not sure how your dogwood would fare if you trim it in the spring….. just a thought. Send us photos of your snowfall. Now back to “indoor” projects for a few months. LOL
Thanks, Mickie! I usually prune the hydrangeas in winter, but your idea sounds just perfect. I’ll try that this year.