Garden Ramblings in November

This month is crazy weather month with off and on sunshine..
Light to heavy rain days...
Even a few storms and high winds...


Autumn planters still going strong with the Nandina colouring up nicely in the cooler temps!

Pennisetum rubrum ( purple fountain grass) is a total fall favourite of mine, with it's wispy feathery plumes and fabulous colouring. It is a tender perennial, so might not over winter here... however, I shall soon take it in to the greenhouse and see how it fares under cover.

 
In the potager, though the skies are kinda grey, there are pops of colour... Strawberry beds in fall glory, silvery blue cabbages ....
 
 
A yellowing Big Leaf Maple leaf on the table...  all chippy in Tiffany Blue ...   

Roses in the garden ... this one is a lavender hued mini rose.


In town by the local pharmacy, this long hedgerow of lovely pink roses is completely covered in buds and blooms ....


Stunning!

Osmanthus aka False Holly also thrives in the cooler temps and lots of moisture of a west coast autumn.

 
 
 

Honeoye strawberries ...

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