Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: November Walk in the Yard

 The herb garden, mostly cleaned out and ready for winter. Brave parsley hangs on.
 Spirea adds its changing leaves to the fall colors.
 The hard frost Sunday morning shook down many of the mulberry's leaves.
 Late roses are stilll blooming despite two heavy frosts.
 Even the yellow rose still has blooms.
The oaks show their scant autumn color--oaks didn't make their usual good showing this year. Can you find the hidden Lab?

8 comments:

jen said...

that is one hearty rose! :)

Happy WW!

Granny Sue said...

It's a knockout rose, and I'm learning to love their hardiness!

Farmchick said...

I did not find the hidden lab, but is that a little potbelly stove in the first pic?

Granny Sue said...

It is, Farmchick--it was a gift from my daughter-in-law, who brought it to WV from South Carolina.

Granny Sue said...

Click on the lastpicture to enlarge it and you might find the lab!

readerbuzz said...

I think I like the first shot best. The color is lovely.

Here's my Wordless Wednesday:
http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2010/11/wordless-wednesday_10.html

I hope you will stop by.

Nance said...

I didn't find the Lab either . . . but I think I found a walking plow? I've been hearing about the Knock Out roses and might have to surprise my husband with one. How much sunshine do they need? lol we have mainly shade.

Granny Sue said...

They seem to thrive in almost any setting, Nance. Mine are in almost full sun.

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