Part of my weekend was spent in the garden.
With temperatures in the low 70s, it was a delightful time to be outside digging in the dirt.
Some of the leaves have fallen, but many are still putting on their colorful show. I thought they looked particularly beautiful against our clear blue skies.
It was a nice surprise to find some hydrangeas blooming away in the back corner of the garden.
Also nice to see the pink geranium loaded with blooms. Just before the frost hits I set it in the garage for the winter and basically ignore it until springtime. I've had it going for several years.
The morning glories are thriving now, climbing all through the camellia bushes. On this day they seemed to have their faces to the sun as if to say "We're going to enjoy it while it lasts." Once they are done blooming, I'll collect seeds to store in a jar in the refrigerator to be planted early next spring.
We haven't had a killing frost here yet, but I know it can't be long until that day comes. So, in the meantime, I'll be taking a cue from the morning glories and enjoy it while it lasts.