Fall Finery in The Small House Garden

Our little patch of paradise is now all decked for autumn in its fall finery. Native plants are key for color here in our sandy, droughty and often challenging growing conditions, This is probably the prettiest time of year here in SW Michigan and in our yard. For lots more photographs and a "Color Tour" go to our blog at http://smallhouseunderabigsky.wordpress.com/2013/10/05/fall-finery-at-the-small-house/
Our native Oak Leaf Hydrangea in it lovely purple and green colors of autumn.
Ornamental grasses are the bones for this corner bed nestled up against the pool house.
Stacked firewood and native Sassafras and wild Dogwoods lend beauty to the side meadow.
The oranges and yellow of the wild Sassafras make the back boarder sing!

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