Sunday, August 17, 2014

ROWAN MOUNTAIN ASH BRINGING SIGNS OF FALL


My Rowan Mountain Ash is already bringing the look of FALL to our front yard:






My Father In Law planted this in our yard many years ago and we thought it was dying but it still hangs on:



As you can see one of my window box sits on the ground as we need to repair the bracket.  Always some thing to do - right?


8 comments:

Janneke said...

The rowan mountain ash is very early with the orange berries, it looks indeed as an early autumn. Our neighbours have some of these trees, but no orange berries to be seen yet.

Ruthie Miller said...

What a lovely tree. Nice that your father in law planted it. He will always be remembered that way.
Ruthie

Beth said...

Love your mountain ash, Bernideen! We used to have one but as I understand it, they are short-lived and indeed ours maybe lasted 15 years. Gone but not forgotten! :(

Vee said...

Oh that does look beautiful! Your home is so charming...

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

What a stunning tree, love those orange berries - they match your door!
That's such a sweet little bird house AND I love your wooden garden seat!
It's a very pretty garden Bernideen.
Shane

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Your yard is gorgeous!

We have leaves beginning to turn already. All I can figure is the cooler than normal Summer temps are confusing them?

Martha's Favorites said...

I wish we were getting Autumn weather. Your tree is beautiful. I hope that it lives for a very long time. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

Angela McRae said...

That does look like fall! I guess fall is on my mind, because just this afternoon I made a loaf of Caramel Apple Tea Bread. Bring on fall!