MaryHardingJewelry Bead Blog: After the Frost Before the Snow: Plants in Beautiful Decay

I have been seeking to share these shots listed here with you because I took them in late Oct.  They are all  pictures of flowers in partial decay soon after a killing frost in October.   They are positioned in the King George Back garden at Fort Ticonderoga in upstate New York.  It was my initially pay a visit to there and it was the past working day they were open up for the year.  What a handle to transpire on all this splendor.

I don’t know the names of any of these flowers.  I was just so taken with the hues that experienced developed because the major frost.  Such stunning shades of brown and inexperienced, yellow and red.  Coincidentally we were a short while ago presented some bulbs to grow these bouquets in the  picture previously mentioned.  I glimpse forward to observing them following summer time.

                       Such best daisy heads amid the subdued shades of their summer time colours.

                       These rosy tan leaves were being on plants way more than 6 toes tall.

                     Love the red orange flower amid these shades of tan and brown.

                                             Such a cascade of pink.

                                             And then the shiny pink.

                             And a black green silhouette.

    And a final dance right before winter season sets in.

I am just in time with this article as we are expecting our very first snow of the time tonight.
What a sweet farewell to my favored seasons.

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