Wednesday, November 3, 2010

November Garden/ Nature Notes

My garden early November

Largest square: rose hips. Moving clockwise: yellow linden(Tilia) leaf,'Diablo ninebark (Physocarpus),  northern sea oats (chasmanthium latifolia). smoke bush (Cotinus) leaves, and one lone daisy.



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19 comments:

SouthernSass said...

Nice mosaic!

Andrea said...

Whatever they are, the colors are just beautiful!

B SQUARED said...

I really like these weekly posts.

Cezar and Léia said...

Autumns is here and that sweet daisy stood still firmly!
ADorable mosaic!
Léia

Shirley said...

Great mosaic, full of colour! Have a great autumn day!

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent mosaic, EG. I was out in the garden taking pictures yesterday and I have so much stuff still blooming. Well I imagine because it was sunny and warm for 1 day anyway. And my Gazania bloomed again--That darn sun!! MB

Halcyon said...

Lovely garden shots! I think I will go make myself a cup of rosehip tea now. :)

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Lovely - so bright and cheerful.

Kathy said...

A great autumn mosaic.

Dave said...

simply beautiful!

George said...

This is another beautiful collage. I really like your lone daisy.

Elisa said...

I definitely love the colors of fall :)

Viola said...

Veeery beautiful! Gorgeous I can say! The colorful plants that are left before the winter sets in.. :)

Leora said...

Those poor berries - they look like they have been tortured by the onslaught of fall. Lovely collage.

Carver said...

Beautiful collage. I love the rose hips and one lone daisy. All the shots are lovely but those two are favorites of mine from this collage.

Erika B said...

What a lovely mosaic! The colors now are just too beautiful not to photograph. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

Erika B

Angie said...

Love the way you have done this!!

A piece of news said...

Such a lonely little daisy still hanging on!

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful mosaic and lots of red for fall. I am amazed that you found that daisy....it added the perfect contrast in color....Michelle

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