While the rest of the country seems to be battling snow, we'uns are finally having Fall. Our leaves are just now showering down upon the lawn, walkways, filling flower pots--an' the gutters.
But the colors!! How I wish y'all could see the intensity of these colors of the flowers on this grey, misty mornin'. These ruffly petticoat Hibiscus against the beards of moss above 'em is an eye catcher.
Root Beer colored pansies, yaller pansies, blue salvia, an' sunset bougainvillea, white an yaller snapdragons.... they's so colorful in the mist, I doan think mah eyes could take it iffin' the sun came out. That purty sundial in the background is a bequeath from Granny Cracker.
Granny's Begonia's.....they's made it now through two years wif'out her green thumb, which can only mean she is a long distance gardener now.
Nasturtiums in jewel tones, straggle along...
the snapdragons are show-offs!
Blue Salvia an' yaller pansies hint at Easter.
The walkways are smothered in leaves--if only Bunny would wield a rake!