It’s my favorite time of year here on the east coast as late summer slides into early fall. If you were to ask me my favorite season, I would answer fall without a doubt. But it’s really the changing of summer into fall. When the air begins to cool, the humidity takes a backseat to crisp fresh air, and the windows go up throughout our cottage.
The wooden fence and gate pictured above is an image I took while on my morning walk. The autumn clematis is abundant along this street in our neighborhood.
And here’s my funny little garden where the autumn clematis has taken over the stone column. I just pulled out all of my vegetable plants yesterday so it could thrive, the veggie plants were all done anyhow. I got three small tomatoes and a few cucumbers. I sure wish vegetables were as easy to grow as weeds!
If a fairy were to walk down the aisle, I’m sure her bouquet would be made of these delicate blooms…