Other reds in the gardens this November are juicy spheres by the hundreds . . . apples remaining on, or below, the apple trees. We have a variety of Malus senior citizens about the gardens and are thankful to those who planted the ever giving trees, one at least, over a century ago.
Meanwhile, as bold colors depart and cold, chilly air arrives, I have added another warbler to my ‘A Bestiary. . . Tales From A Wildlife Garden’ over at Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens. The stout little Black-throated Blue Warbler becomes the twenty-fourth beast . . . the seventh warbler . . . joining the bubbly bouquet of songbirds.