I have been trying to post this since Veterans Day when I wrote it. I tried every day. Finally, today, the computer glitch is fixed (I hope). It has snowed and changed so much since the pretty day I show here.
|MORE PLAID IN A DIFFERENT PART OF THE SKY|
|PINK KNOCKOUT ROSES|
The last blooms of the season for the Pink Knockout Roses were really showing off. They were the prettiest that they have been since very early summer. Or, maybe they just look more beautiful because they are in their final days.
|ORNAMENTAL SWEET POTATOES|
Marigolds are still bright and cheery, even with the persimmon tree sprout with its coppery bronze leaves growing amongst them.
There are bright green carrot tops in a container. I never did get around to thinning those seedlings. No more carrots from my container this year it seems.
Many of the persimmons have already fallen from the trees. The trees were so full of persimmons this year that the weight of them broke down one of the branches this summer. A few persimmons always stay on the tree and make freeze dried fruit snacks for the birds as the weather becomes colder.
|POTENTIAL "PERSIM-YUM" TREAT FOR A STARLING|
|NEIGHBOR'S MAPLE AND FLAG|