As we enter autumn in the garden, the Tiger Eye Sumac foliage becomes the star.
I would so love to grow a Japanese Maple, but sadly it would not survive a zone 4 winter.
The Tiger Eye gives me an interesting shape in the garden and the burst of bright color at the end of the season.
These branch hooks prove to be quite handy on the garden shed wall.
Mother Nature provides the best accessories.
With snow on the way, I gathered pine cones to use for upcoming holiday decorating.
Dark and quiet day in the greenhouse.
Gathering all the saved seeds and storing them for next Spring.
Canning jars work great for keeping seeds save and dry.
Find a cool spot to place them until planting time.
Label and date so you use the oldest seeds first.
Sometimes I’m lazy about that part!