Entering Autumn - 2014 - This backyard view from upstairs in the dining room.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

It's That Time of Year...

Autumn...
in our Neighborhood Garden.We moved into this neighborhood (yep, that's my house in the background) 5 years ago as of mid-October! Anyway, one of the neighbors suggested a garden on this corner. After the granite marker was installed, we each donated flowers, etc. from our yards and gardens. I donated a couple of different types of lilac bushes, sedum, liatris, rudbekia, cranesbill geranium, etc. Others donated hibiscus, coneflower, Rose of Sharon, statice, siberian iris, daylilies, etc., etc., etc. It has been a fun project.

2 comments:

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

What a wonderful idea, a neighborhood garden, nicely done.

The leaves were a disappointment along the Mississippi for me also, but the apples and cheese curds were yummy.

Shady Gardener said...

Oh, yes. The cheese curds! Have you noticed that I've started a new blog linked to this one? Scroll down the right sidebar to "Family and Favorites." Click on "Making Memories by SG" You'll see my first three postings on our Wisconsin travels. ;-)