Is pretty spectacular.
More so in some sections than others. Give me time.
The asters have started to arrive. Eurybia divaricata, the White Wood Aster is one of the first to bloom.
All my editing is making a big difference.
Editing leaves just enough space for some one else to germinate. A lone Ironweed is now many.
At one time there was no Ageratina altissima, White Snakeroot, in the garden becoming to speak of. It exits in great waves now.
The goldenrod is spreading. There are three species. Two I like. The Tall Goldenrod, Solidago canadensis, the floppy one, is the one that is most subject to an edit. I'm not quite sure which Goldenrod this one is, but it will actually grow in the shade.
The very first Blue Wood Asters have started to bloom. In another week or so the mountain will turn blue.
A tall flower meadow filled with color in September
A cozy cabin high on the low spot
Embraced by the forest
What more could you want?
Well I'm a gardener so you know what that means.