A little fall color

Here are just a few shots from around the garden. The fall color was coming along nicely until it dropped to 22f Tuesday night and roasted the J. Maple leaves. The tridents and hawthorn weren’t affected.

Hawthorn in a vintage Tokoname pot by Suishoen:

Old Kurume azalea in a large 19″ Koyo pot. The pot color looks great with spring flowers and the fall color:

Trident maple over a rock I found in Washington State 23 years ago. Pot is Ino Shukuho:

Ginkgo from seed collected in 1997, Heian Kouso pot:

Japanese Maple in 3rd generation Yamaaki pot:

And finally, a leafless shot of the ginkgo after Wednesday’s hard freeze:

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