Fall Garden

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. ~Albert Camus

I am an intermittent gardener. That means I don’t spend everyday in the garden. Sometimes I even go weeks without remembering to do anything to my gardens. But when I’m out there, I love it, I really do. I must have Gardener’s Attention Deficit Disorder. So I purposely design my gardens to be very forgiving. (The results are disastrous and expensive if I don’t.)

So, here are some pics of what my front garden beds do in early fall when just left to their own devices. Note: this requires lots of bark mulch and pulling out the stalk of corn growing randomly near the birdfeeder before taking pictures in order to achieve a similar outcome. Enjoy!

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  1. The Chidesters says:

    Hey Ruth! I love your blog! Your family is so inspiring and I appreciate you sharing all your stories. I hope the school year goes well for "S"!

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