We are having such lovely fall weather. It has been wonderful working outside this weekend. The roses are still blooming but the corn has been harvested this week and there were light frosts last weekend.
I love these full open blooms of the English roses...
and I am glad there there are still a few more to open...
Each new bud now is a real joy to see knowing that there may be only a few more.
The yellow knockout roses have been really pretty the last couple of weeks. I planted daffodils in a bed near them yesterday and their scent made the job more enjoyable.
We planted about 350 daffodils yesterday, and that job in itself and the leaves that are starting to fall are reminders that I need to get busy and use any of the nice days that I have. I still have several jobs to finish before this garden season ends.
Wife, mother, grandmother, accountant and gardener. I have been a gardener for over 30 years, but after discovering daylilies the garden has expanded to contain my growing collection. It is a real source of enjoyment for me. I love sharing it with others and delight in finding someone who shares my love of this flower. This will be a journal of my garden as it changes with the seasons.