Even though we’ve had a frost here this week, the garden is still alive. The ‘Autumn Brilliance’ serviceberry is living up to its nickname, even as the parsley beneath it is vibrant green.
Both the calendula (above) and snapdragon (below) are blooming as if it were midsummer.
Leaves are starting to turn on the great blue lobelia and other plants, but the only one to have shed all its leaves is the grape woodbine. The only fall colors on the Swiss chard, however, are the brightly colored stems; the leaves are still green and new ones are appearing daily.