The leaves of my one of my favorite (because of the story of how it came to live in my garden. It's long and convoluted. You'll have to ask about it when you come over and sip coffee/tea in my greenhouse this winter.) variegated ginkgos are especially lovely in the fall.
The show doesn't last long and some years I miss it at it's peak.
Autumn is a lovely season but as soon as the last leaf drops, I'll be ready for spring or a winter home in California/Mexico/anyplace warm.
Here the mingling of the ginkgo leaves with the foliage of Rhodocoma capensis is pretty swell.
Now it's your turn to share a vignette that caught your eye this week!