Fortunately I love the Fall colors, with so many shades of orange, red and yellow. Nothing says Fall quite like copper mums.
My birdhouse gourds were drying on the deck until freezing overnight temperatures drove me to move them to the basement. Initially my plan was to do something creative with them this fall, but I've learned they need about six months to dry out, so this will have to be a spring project, at the earliest.
While collecting the garden vegetable markers I came across some overlooked carrots, nice and sweet.
Leeks to me, are the perfect offspring of an onion and a scallion. This time of year they are just begging to be dug up, so I add them to many dishes.
The three year old Japanese Maple at it's peak in fall color.