Fall in Nina's garden in Massachusettscomments (8) December 10th, 2012 in blogs
Today's photos are from Nina Schlosberg in Waltham, Massachusetts. We first saw Nina's garden back in April (refresh your memory HERE.) Nina says, "Here are some shots taken at the end of the season in my garden. The blue monkshood (Aconitum) and pink windflowers are the very last to bloom for me. And they seem to persist through to mid fall despite tropical storm Sandy… The tall yellow sneezeweed (Helenium) attracts a lot of bees in the fall and looks pretty good against a backdrop of Hydrangea paniculata blooms with their changing hues into late fall. And my hound Lily keeps track of all the garden aromas, but she's really hoping to get a whiff of a bunny!" Your garden is still beautiful, Nina, but I'm truly loving Lily the dog! She looks soooo sweet! Thanks for sharing again.
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