I started out this morning intending to just take a few photos of the Persicaria bloomss that were just being hit by the right type of morning light...
...but I ended up snapping photos for about 30 minutes. There was so much to discover on this crisp autumn morning!
Do I need to say anything about any of these? I'll start with the Persicaria and go from there...
I wondered if planting my 'Golden Arrow' so close to my 'Painters Palette' seedlings was the right move, but I love how the blooms interact!
Those red/pinks led my eye to the castor bean planted so late in the season, and just about eye level (as opposed to 10' tall):
The flowers are like a miniature Christmas tree complete with bows! (except the tree is the wrong color)
From there I just let the sun backlight everything...
...and now I'll just freeform and mix it all up. Enjoy!
I restrained myself -- only five bamboo shots and four of papyrus.
Hope you're enjoying autumn mornings in the garden as much as I am!