Sunday, November 27, 2016

Mini Fall Color

As most of the alpines in the troughs go to sleep for the winter, there are still little bits of color and interest.  Above is dryas octopetala.  Fingers crossed that it blooms next year.

Androsace sarmentosa.  Imagine wallpaper in this pattern.

A baby sedum sieboldii (red, lower left) and sprawling dracocephalum argunense Fuji Blue (the thin orange foliage)

Saracennia, of course.


  1. It's nice to find the small tastes of color this time of year.

  2. agreed, webb. Hope you are enjoying this long, late autumn. I had to throw out annuals that hadn't been killed by frost in order to make room for the Christmas decorations out front.