A chill is in the air. A box of bulbs was waiting at the door when I got home last night. I need to start planting them and finish fall chores. But there's still time to enjoy the changing garden scene.
This is a view into the little hollow to the east where morning mist clearly delineates the declining angle of the sunlight.
An old dogwood, teasel, and miscanthus catch the light.
Miscanthus giganteus, at about fourteen feet, against the blue sky.
Poison ivy climbing a cedar.
Large Miscanthus 'Silberfeder' with M. 'Ferner Osten' in the foreground, and M. 'Adagio' on the right.
Backlit by late afternoon sun, the wall of woods surrounding the garden lets in more light as the foliage falls.