Tuesday, October 31, 2017
October Leaves and A Lesson in Persistence
Before the month is over, I'd better post these photos of October's leafy extravaganza.
That is what we expect from October in southern Ontario.
What I didn't expect was this renaissance of the purple mums we planted back in June.
They flowered for about a week. Then, despite my constant watering and fertilizing,
I didn't see any more flowers. Lots of leaves, but that was it.
About Labour Day, I stopped watering the planters.
A few days ago, the purple mums came back to life.
Mother Nature is reminding me to keep watering, keep believing, even when it seems that flowering season is over.
You never know when that mum plant--or that sleeping manuscript--will have a renaissance.
Posted by Barbara Etlin at 7:36 PM 6 comments:
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