As winter looms, there’s a day or two that we can explore what’s left. Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster enjoys spending time with his camera discovering little details in the garden.
The angle of the sun is low and soon the cold weather will shut the garden down for the season.
Here’s Doug’s look at his fall garden.
The seed heads of anemone are beautiful. Photos by Doug Oster
There’s beauty in dried hydrangea flowers.
A Japanese maple after a frost.
The last phlox flower.
Ligularia ‘Britt Marie Crawford’ has many seasons of interest, including the seeds.
Snowberry seeds form in the fall.
Pokeweed is beautiful.
A kousa dogwood bud will wait through the winter to bloom.
Flowering kale brings color to the winter garden.
The lilies have gone to seed.
‘Redbor’ kale was bred as an edible, but is a great winter ornamental.
Corydalis lutea is a perennial which started blooming in April and continues in November. Everyone should grow this great plant.
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