At The End of Summer
We are well past Summer now and into the late days of Fall, but I still wanted to share these photos from last month, chronicling the changing of seasons.
Oak leaves have such an interesting shape. On the right, hollyhock seeds plant themselves for next year.
The cheeriest of garden flowers! We let the large seed heads dry out, so the birds can enjoy them.
We tried growing brussel’s sprouts this year for the first time. They didn’t taste very good, but at least the plants looked marvellous.
We had much better luck with these delicious yellow zucchinis and tomatoes!
Our hydrangeas don’t get very big, but they are still quite pretty.
So are these cosmos and yarrow blooms, and this one friendly little bee.
The last rose of summer, that lasted very well even past the first couple of frosts.
Sunset through the golden leaves.
The wood is all stacked and ready for winter nights. I’m thinking it’s about time we started making fires in our fireplace again…it’s starting to feel like the changing of the seasons again.