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Efterår i Terie's have i New York

Japanese maple shows off in mid-November. Beside it a pieris, then holly, barberry, 'Incrediball' hydrangea and cotoneaster all reach to the railings for porch-sitting viewers.

 

Photos are from Terie Rawn up in Newfield, New York. She says, "After viewing such vivid tropical colors here recently I desired to back it up a tad and relive early winter's offering here in central New York. Long after most perennials fade there are a few favorites that thrill me right up until heavy snowfall. Some rich autumn colors stand strong to evoke feelings of warmth even when falling temperatures are driving us back indoors. That magical touch of the first snowfall is like frosting on the cake for me. My camera waits at the back door."

 

Efterår i Teries have i New York

Variegated brunnera wraps around the corner, snagging falling leaves and frosted flakes.

 

Efterår i Teries have i New York

Year after year monkshood (Aconitum carmichaelii) is persistent about welcoming the first snow. In the background, warm golden orange tones of Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Firetail'.

 

Efterår i Teries have i New York

Fallen leaves are still a warm-rust while yellowing forsythia laughs at the white rain.


Efterår i Teries have i New York

The front field awaits harvesting. Autumn's last colors are viewed from our front porch on this frigid day. 

Efterår i Teries have i New York

Paper-thin remains of oakleaf hydrangea gather fresh fallen flakes.

 

Efterår i Teries have i New York

Who could resist? Head back and all tongues ready?

 


 

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