It’s funny how with autumn here, and the colors starting to change to ambers and oranges, the pink flowers in my garden are just starting to shine.
The hydrangea is a glowing, lush, and deeply colored cerise. The perennial carnation, now has more blooms on it at one time that it has accumulated all summer.
And the Japanese Anemone is bursting with blush pink colored blooms.
Maybe it’s all the garden gossiping that the plants are doing, whispering about the changes coming. Or maybe it’s the slightly cooler nights.
Summer, your cousin Autumn is one hot number. It’s almost like you decided to stay awhile longer, and taunt us with those never ending sunny days, and warm nights.
But we know even though you keep teasing us with yet another warm, and bright day that Autumn is a cool kind of season.
It’s just hard to believe that when we are being treated so warmly.
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams