Yesterday was the last day my husband had to cut our grass this year. We had beautiful colors on our trees this fall as I’m sure you all did too. Most all of our trees lost their leaves with the windy day on Sunday but this bunch of trees are tucked behind our large pole barn and the wind didn’t get to them.
It’s time to clean out the garden for winter. I’m so sad it is done for the year. The bushy green and yellow plants are my asparagus that I let go to seed. I leave them there until they turn completely brown so the energy of the plant can go back into the roots.
Saturday I reached under our huge Blue Spruce trees to clean out where the mower can’t reach and low and behold, I found some poison ivy. The poison ivy found me too…..ugh!
The sun was setting on this tree in front of our pole barn yesterday. It is my favorite fall tree with it’s vibrant red color. It is always the last tree to lose it’s leaves. Our temperatures have been around 76 degrees, 20 degrees warmer than usual and we are loving it!
Have a great week!