So sad to see the garden come to it’s end this year for it may be the last one I have here.
Sharing part of my garden on this first full day of Fall. Each year more Chinese Lanterns appear from the original few. Now I find out “they spread rampantly!”
I’ve had this Hydrangea shrub for many years. I admit to having transplanted it several times due to the shade that keeps appearing every couple of years. Some caused by my trees and shrubs sprouting up in the vicinity and once due to a neighbor planting several very large privacy shrubs near his fence line. Making up for lost time, it not only decided to bloom all the colors of the rainbow on one shrub. Nice feat when you consider that the Hydrangea’s color is determined by the PH balance of its soil.