Last month I stumbled on a really fun way to take "pictures" of our gardens. Check out my Garden Scanning post to get all of the details.
Here are a few of my latest creations...
The 'Elsa Spath' Clematis and Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' were putting on a few final blooms for the year, so I just had to catpure them at a moment in time.
The nandinas are starting to show some fall color.
And I threw in a few peppers to spice things up :-)
An edible arrangement: Nandina berries for the birds and a couple Malabar Spinach leaves for me.
Oh, and a bouquet of Zinnia linearis sets the table.
A scan of textures: 'Regal Mist' and 'Lindheimer's' Muhly grasses, 'Helen von Stein' Lamb's Ear, Coleus, Salvia Greggii, and a Chrysanthemum I call my "Aggie Mum."
A soothing scan of Japanese Painted Fern, Nandina, Hydrangea, Ivy and Clematis leaves.
And a "wild & crazy" scan of all of the aforementioned ...