The Euonymus alatus ‘Chicago Fire’ (Burning Bush) has beautiful color this fall.
As you can see it lives along the edge of the woods and has no competition for color. It needs a good trim….maybe next spring.
This is my Viburnum opulus ‘Roseum’ or Minnesota Snowball Bush. It has marvelous fall color.
Yard work is slowly coming to an end. The sixth go round with leaves was accomplished last week. One more go round and I should be done…I am ready to be done but not quite ready for the s word yet.
My wagon wheel with the Snowball Bush way in the background. I hope the old fishing net lasts another year…it has been up there since 1999…so it is 16 years old and getting rotten in spots. Not sure where I would ever find a fishing net like that one again…we found it on an Air Force Base Beach on the Gulf of Mexico, it took us two days to dig it out of the sand and drag it several miles to the parking lot. The beach there is twelve miles long we used to love walking there nearly everyday the winter we spent in Florida. The fishing net works great for Morning Glories or my other vines to crawl up.