Sunday, September 9

a bit out of Sync

Ready to greet the Fall Equinox instead of the Summer Solstice
The creamy white candles of the yucca usually show up around the second week of June. For some reason best known to itself, this one decided that the second week of September was the proper time to bloom with the fall Asters instead of the spring Penstemon. It is lovely from a distance and even lovelier up close.

1 comment:

Red said...

Yes , I guess the first day of fall is creeping up to us. The bloom may be late but it's still welcome.