Reflections on spirituality, nature and gardening.
Lovely seasonal pics.
look at all the berries...mine are stripped clean by the birds...of course the bushes are still growing into themselves..lovely reds!!
Bridget, now I know why we decorate with holly berries!Donna, these bushes get quite large growing wild along the creek. I have a small one in my garden that is quite prolific also.
The red berries really show beautifully against the more subdued colors! I do miss cardinals--and envy you for having birds that actually bathe in the bird bath. The birds I see drink plenty, but won't even dabble their toes, and it's not a very deep bath.
Stacy, the red was about the only color in the woods, so it drew me like a magnet ... The bird bath was an impulse purchase, and one of the best we've ever made. I read later that birds like baths with rough surfaces (perhaps so they don't slip). Anyway, birds of all kinds seem to love it.
Lovely fall shots. I was reading back through your posts and wanted to comment that deer love camellias in southeastern PA. You can't grow them without a deer fence. Thanks for your comment on my Cliff post, as I said in my reply you caught my mixed feelings perfectly.
I love how your colour schemes change with each post. Lovely russets always great to find colour in mid-winter, plenty of it here on your blog:~)
Carolyn, that's interesting about deer loving camellias in Pa. I have noticed they occasionally eat a few of the the blooms that are within reach, but for the most part leave them alone. Foxglove Lane, thanks for the visit! I hadn't noticed the changing color schemes with each post - guess I'm following mother nature's lead :)
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