A NOID Acer palmatum starting to show some orange color. I don't think it's had the same fall color two years in a row; one year red, another yellow, and now orange.
Some gardener planted this cute little four inch pot of Echium pininata a bit too close to the path earlier this year. As they are wont to do, this one has decided to lay on it's side. Unfortunately, it chose to lay down toward the front of the bed. Oh well, if it makes it through the winter, I'll let it stay and bloom. Who really wanted to go down that path anyway?
However, I do so I ducked into the greenhouse to get out of the downpour that started. It's getting fairly full in there.
This brugsmansia is so tall that it's reaching through the rafters. I debated leaving it outside this year but thought that perhaps it might like to be a permanent resident inside
I'm looking forward to rearranging things as it would be nice to put a table and chairs in the middle of the green goodness rather than at one end of it.
I've got to say that it was pretty wonderful to duck in here and enjoy a bit of garden that wasn't soggy!
Only a few more plants to bring in and the migration will be complete!
A little potting and then the bench got cleaned up a bit but by then, the camera was back inside so here it is mess and all! Still so much to do but at least the plants are inside and safe for the winter!
Happy weekend everyone!