Why color, now?

For most of us, autumn means color. We look for it, remark on it, share it. Why is color so important to us, especially at this time of year?

Is it that we know that it could be the last chance to see this vibrance before the reduced palette of winter sets in?


For whatever reason, the color is very much appreciated right now, at least by this gardener!


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Gerhard Bock (Succulents and More)  – (November 5, 2015 at 10:22 AM)  

Very nice! We'll all be referring to this post in the dead of winter :-).

danger garden  – (November 6, 2015 at 11:09 AM)  

Beautiful! "the reduced palette of winter"... what a nice way to say grey! In Spokane (where I grew up) winter means nothing but grey. The skies can be blue, but the lawns go dormant and the snow and ice that falls gets coated with traction sand that the city puts down...ugh. At least living on this side of the cascade mountains means the predominant color of winter is green, at least on the ground plane.

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