There's something to be said for a neighbour who has a gigantic maple tree. I enjoy all of its beauty over my back fence, with very little of the leaf raking. I'll have my share of that in front of my house.
Although most of my flowers have passed their prime, the geraniums are still happy to produce blooms.
Before then, though, there are still some
tomatoes to pick,
parsley to harvest,
and roses to pluck.
Spring is generally seen as a season of renewal, but I find autumn has its own timetable of transformation, inner and outer.
Are you contemplating making any changes this season?
Before everything green fades away or turns to yellow, red, and gold, I'm linking with "Green Day" at Raindrops and Daisies.