A slave to the Goddess Flora shares his garden adventures.
I still can't believe a nursery has such a large body of water in it. A nice change. Love that second photo btw!
This is a good sumac year. There are so many around the meadows, deer can't keep up with eating them. Sumac is one of our rare red colors for fall, prettier than Sassafras or poison ivy. What? I take my color where it grows..
It's great to see such a large 'lake' in a nursery - so refreshing! The reflection of the sumac is really lovely
Staghorn sumac is fall incarnate.
Nice capture! The Sumacs are incredibly vibrant here now, too. When the sun captures them just right, the effect is pretty dramatic.
That sumac is rightfully admiring itself.
Water reflections double the enjoyment.
More like a park than a nursery. I don't think I've seen a Sumac plant, although I use the powdered berries in cooking.
In my next garden, I will have a large drift of Sumac. Can't beat that fall color! Nice vignette! :)
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