Thursday, November 20, 2014

Southern Color

We have color in Oriental. Not Colorado color. Not New England color. The South has its own muted autumn.
Crape myrtles:




Sycamore:

Camelia:


Knock-Out Roses:

Our neighbor had two large pine trees removed from this spot and put in a brilliant garden:




That sycamore again, from a different angle:

I love the look of a wet autumn road, scattered in leaves and pine straw.
A parade of black trunks ~


4 comments:

  1. WOW! You have a wonderfully colorful village!

    Happy Holidays ~ FlowerLady

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  2. You have A LOT of nice color, MK! I saw LOTS of that plant (six photos from the top) in Hawaii. I have one for a house plant and the poor thing is probably wondering where the humidity is. It's SO dry here!
    I love the colorful chairs, of course! xo

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  3. Love all the colors you spotted (very creative, too) and those chairs are so cheerful!

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  4. Very nice autumn color. First the colorful chairs made me smile. I like muted tones in fall as well as the bright colors and you are lucky that your flowers last so long.

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