Our weather has cooled and I am beginning to see signs of autumn in the gardens.
Some leaves are changing and falling and the spiders are making large webs that swirl into a circular home.
The Concord grapes on my one vine are turning purple and
The Autumn fern also has a hint of gold and orange on some of it's fronds.
There are berry clusters on the Jack-in-the-Pulpit
and the Japanese lanterns are all shades of orange now.
It won't be long before the milkweed pods will be ready to burst open and spread their seeds.
The burning bush has just a hint of what's to come
but the Sundrops leaves are already bright red.
Even tho the sedums look great all season, they will be coming to their lovely pink peak any day now.
Are there hints of fall in your garden, too? Too bad by now I've lost my enthusiasm for gardening because the weather is perfect for it! If you would like to join our tour just add your name, state/country and permalink to Mr Linky. Remember to add a link to this post on your blog. Fall is my favorite season so I'm ready to get started and see what your garden looks like this time of year.