a daredevil wasp

How about a little more fall fun from Jeff?!

"With Fall at it's peak here in east Tennessee it's nice to examine closely the changing colors and textures.  Soon all that will be gone and it will be time to appreciate bark, branching and examine the bones of the garden.  Plan wisely and you can have something cool going on 12 months out of the year to enjoy - except in February - nothing goes on here in February."

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Camellia Winter Stars

chestnut burrs - ouch

Epimedium and Acanthus

Euonymous alatusalways a color bomb

Hydrangea quercifolia Alice

only 4 berries on Danae racemosa this year

Pansy Hypericum Heuchera and Lomandra

Sarracenia lighting up for fall

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