Today's photos are from Sally Barker in Baltimore, Maryland. We've visited Sally's garden twice before (HERE and HERE), but this is our first look at her garden in fall. Sally says, "Here are some photos of our garden in early through late fall taken over a few years. The Japanese maples are glorious now, not only for color but also for their structure. So many perennials are still lovely: sedums, euphorbias, carex, variegated solomon's seal, epimedium, hardy geraniums. Hydrangeas are hanging in and the bark on the crepe myrtle is beginning to stand out. Fall clean-up is still waiting for me --- maybe it will get done, maybe not. When we get an early snowfall the curved beds create their own design interest which happily lasts through the winter! I hope you enjoy these." Gorgeous, Sally.

I'll choose randomly from everyone who sends me photos for the GPOD by Monday morning, November 26th (email to or HERE for details) to receive a free copy of 1 of the 4 books shown in the last photo--your choice!

Here they are:
Zen Gardens by Mira Locher
50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants by Ruth Rogers Clausen
Front Yard Idea Book by Jeni Webber
The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener by Niki Jabbour

As I've been saying for the last week or so, GPOD submissions get a bit sparse in winter. We don't want me having a panic attack every afternoon as I frantically search for something to post, do we? Help a girl out... In the meantime, have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving, you Americans, and for everyone else, have a wonderful...3rd week of November!


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