Much has changed in November with the onset of cold weather. Western winds often blow, bringing endless rains. Sometimes I think, looking out the window at streams of water, where does so much water come from? Really from the sea?
On TV they show the weather in different regions of Russia. I see that in some parts of the country, far from the sea, there is already snow and winter has come.
But let's not talk about winter, which will not come here soon, I hope :-)
In the garden, water is visible in all the pits, ditches, even shallow puddles appeared on the road. I walked around the garden and thought it's good that a few years ago they made drainage in my garden.
The remnants of leaves on the bushes of Symphoricarpos albus are covered with drops of yesterday's rain and the white berries glisten and fast dry in the sun .
The rhododendrons of course rejoice in the rain. I watered them a lot in September, I thought that the autumn would be dry. But everything has changed and they now have a lot of water.
As usual, Thujas and Juniperus do not require special care before winter. They tolerate rain and snow well. Sometimes, however, the snow breaks their branches. When I arrive in winter, I shake the snow off their branches.
While I was walking between the plants and taking pictures, the sun came out. How happy it was in the garden! I took a few more photos of the sunlit plants.
A very bold chamomile continues to bloom, but I think its boldness will quickly end in the rains. Silverberry threw all the leaves and its silvery berries remained on bare branches. The last flowers of Aster novae-angliae and Sedum are decorated with drops of rain.
The last photo was taken in a greenhouse. It's just a heaven for roses. I am growing several cuttings of roses for planting in spring and a little one decided to bloom.