We seem to be stuck in an endless cloudy/rainy cycle here in New England lately, and I’m not sure what that’s going to do for our changing foliage and fall colors. So far we are not seeing a lot, though we are starting to finally get some changing leaves in our yard and around. However, the weather is not conducive to taking photos of it. We’d like to share some of those colors when we can, but in the meantime, we still have some fall-themed colors around the yard in the flowers. Autumn is my favorite season, I got married in late September for just that reason. The reds, yellows, oranges, and purples are my favorite colors, and at my wedding, my wedding party wore colors in that theme (maybe I’ll dig a photo out and share it at some point). Anyway…while we wait for the foliage to change, here is some of the other color around the farm:
Purple Asters in the Barn Garden
Orange Lizards in the Woods
Marigolds – In the Vegetable Garden!
The Hydrangea Bush Keeps Outdoing Itself
You may remember our hydrangeas were a pale pink in our last Flower Friday post! It’s amazing how they keep changing.
What is autumn like in your neck of the woods? Do you have beautiful foliage or flowers still hanging on, or is fall even there yet?
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