Gardening for the year is over and as with most gardeners we wait and plan for next Spring and what it brings.
The beautiful Yorkshire Terrier Pagan dressed for Halloween stopping by the White Mums. This area looks so bare after being cut back other than a few Mums and Heuchera.
The lone bloom coming out on my Rose Apricot Drift. Since I am doing more flowering shrubs, I think I may add a few more Roses in also, if I can find some more that do not need sprayed. I am not going to do the whole spraying thing, but I also do not want to deal with horrible foliage.
I cut back the Daisies to new basal growth in mid September because I was going to be so busy and the new buds had burned up anyway. Well end of October and here is one that popped through. Weigela Dark Horse sets the background, but everything else is cut down in here, yet I have a new bud also on my Coreopsis Sunray.
Ilex Blue Princess. This poor Holly has been moved probably 6 times in a few years time and is back to I believe it's second location. It hasn't hurt it being moved, although I'm not seeing much growth, which I wouldn't expect to after all the moves. The birds like it though and already have eaten all but a few berries.