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Take a walk through the November garden with me.

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Even though the flowers are fading in my landscape, color abounds. Take a walk with me through my gardens in November.

Fall foliage, in all the shades of autumn, are on display.

Aesculus parviflora, commonly called bottlebrush buckeye, brightens a shady spot.
Aesculus parviflora, commonly called bottlebrush buckeye, brightens a shady spot.
I planted this Acer japonicun 'Aconitifolium', or full moon maple, when it was about six inches tall and look at it now!
I planted this Acer japonicun ‘Aconitifolium’, or full moon maple, when it was about six inches tall and look at it now!
One of the ninebarks, Physocarpus 'Amber Jubilee' is boasting its fall fashions.
One of the many varieties of ninebarks, Physocarpus ‘Amber Jubilee’ is wearing its fall fashions.
The burning bushes are aptly named, aren't they?
Burning bushes are aptly named, aren’t they?
Sorbaria sorbifolia has colonized an area under silver maples and displays fall's softer hues.
Sorbaria sorbifolia displays fall’s softer hues.
Oakleaf hydrangeas welcomes folks when they enter the secret garden.
An oakleaf hydrangea in its fall finery welcomes those that enter a hidden garden.

While flashy foliage is the main attraction throughout the landscape, there are some flowers that have yet to receive the news it is November.

Roses are re-energized by fall's cooler temperatures.
Roses are re-energized by fall’s cooler temperatures.
The spiderwort that planted itself in a rock wall blooms on!
The spiderwort that planted itself in a rock wall blooms on.
The seed heads of Aralia 'Sun King' stand above the golden foliage.
The flowers and seed heads of Aralia ‘Sun King’ are delightful above the golden foliage.

Container gardens continue to contribute color to the decks and front porch.

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At the street, fall plantings remain fabulous (if I do say so myself).

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Thanks for coming along on a walk through my landscape. I would love to hear about your fall garden, too. Share photos and stories and garden with me!

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2 thoughts on “Take a walk through the November garden with me.

    1. Thanks, Stacey! I love the colors of autumn, but I don’t look forward to the winter that follows. Maybe your reward for the lack of fall color is a reprieve from cold and snow?!?

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