I can't believe how big the Pickerel Weed got. It supposed to be hardy in our zone, if it survives I'll have to divide it and give it an even bigger pot.
Geranium 'Wargrave Pink' at the front of the pond is blooming a little more. I have lots of these that have self seeded through the yard, but this is the only one blooming now.
A view through the Japanese Blood Grass (Imperata cylindrica) 'Red Baron'. I can't wait for it to spread around. It's got new growth coming up now after I divided it in half when I bought it. I usually check plants when I buy them to see if they can be divided or have more than one plant in the container.
Looking through the fuchsia magellanica by the pond. The hummingbirds have rediscovered it like they do every fall.
This year I didn't get the seedheads cut back on the Ligularia 'Othello' and now I'm really glad I didn't. Not only are they neat looking, but the birds have been eating them.
One of the visitors resting on the fence. We had lots of Chickadees, Bushtits and Juncos come to the pond in the mornings.
I wonder if December's pond pictures will have snow or ice in them?