After days of warm, dry weather, a cold front moved into Virginia over the weekend, dropping temperatures to the 50’s and bringing us a trace of rain. We woke this morning to a landscape filled with attention grabbing golds and yellows. Here’s what I saw on my walk today:
It won’t be long before the ginkgo leaves turn lemon yellow, then all fall in a day’s time to cover the ground like melted butter.
Crape myrtles frame mr. gardener’s winter vegetable garden in yellows and golds.
Yellows from maples, poplars, and hickories greet us on the lane.