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Yes, It's Fall!

Posted by gardenbug Canada zone 5 (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 7, 09 at 9:52

Here's some proof:


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RE: Yes, It's Fall!

Lovely pics Marie- many of these plants are over for me , so I guess fall hit here as well. And burn piles ? Not in September here thats for sure

Kathy in Napa


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Do you have camp fires there, or is it strictly a burn pile? I love the clematis seeds, they are just as interesting as the flowers.


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Lovely photographs Marie! Yes indeed the fall gardens are showing themselves.

Deanne


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Ooooh! How pretty, Marie! You caught two of my favorites. Sedum and clematis seedheads :) It FEELS like a fall day here, and not one of the nice ones. Foggy, cold and damp.


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Great fall plants, and especially love the rudbeckia...or is that from the sunflower tribe? Very elegant branching, whatever it is!


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It certainly is fall like these days. Is the rudbeckia Summer Nights? Love the KMOGG against the weathered wood.


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To answer the question, I was sold the yellow flowering plant as "brown eyed Susan" from a native plant nursery several years ago. I love it and wish I had more!

We only have burn pile fires here. At DD's, there are camp fires. :)

Thanks for the nice comments!


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RE: Yes, It's Fall!

To answer the question, I was sold the yellow flowering plant as "brown eyed Susan" from a native plant nursery several years ago. I love it and wish I had more!

We only have burn pile fires here. At DD's, there are camp fires. :)

Thanks for the nice comments!


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Beautiful photos GB - beautiful photos of plants to add to my "must have" list :)

Saucy


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