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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

November Colors In My Garden. Wordless Wednesday





























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  1. It's all beautiful and makes me feel so thankful to God for his wonderful creation.

    Have a lovely Thanksgiving ~ FlowerLady

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    1. Thank you Lorraine! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. What a beautiful last act.

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  3. Hardy Fuchsia stole my heart!

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    1. Irene, these fuchsia plants bloom even in December, sometimes. Thanks!

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  4. Your garden and pictures are real gorgeous. The plants still look so vivid despite being almost December.

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    1. Janneke, thank you! This November's been a very mild so far.

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  5. You have managed to capture that small little berry in that sea of red autumn.
    I'm amazed how Hydrangeas looks so forlorn and aged yet stood captive holding on the the last moment.
    Something that I will never see in the tropicals.
    Have a lovely ThanksGiving Tatyana.

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    1. James, thank you! I'm so glad you noticed that little berry! Sometimes, one single thing looks more powerful than a big number of those things, don't you think so?

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    1. James, this is one of my new maples. It should be bright red. I am still waiting to see that perfect red!

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  7. Amazing that so much is blooming this late in the year. Gorgeous. Am I right in thinking that it doesn't really freeze much in your area?

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    1. Sarah, thanks! You are right! Our winters are pretty mild. We expect 34 (25 at night) during the first decade of December. Average winter temperature is 35. The lowest recorded temperature was 5 degrees in 1985.

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  8. How special to see all this wonderful color...we are headed to our white season where there is nothing but white everywhere.

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    1. Donna, everything looked so green and alive till December 4th... It's below freezing now. Fuchsias are gone...

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  9. I think barberry is often over-looked when it comes to fall color. I am glad you did not.

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    1. Les, I agree - it's a star in the fall garden! Thanks!

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  10. A beautiful series of images, each one prettier than the one before!
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea

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  11. new follower - I am a huge fan of gardening, my friend Heather sent me to you! xoox, tracie

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    1. Thank you, Tracie! Back at you!
      And thank you Heather!

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