Storey staffers and friends share October garden scenes.
Fall is, without a doubt, my favorite season in New England (and no, it’s not just because apple cider donuts are suddenly available everywhere). It’s the cooler air, the brilliant foliage, the bustle of creatures preparing for winter, the gradual turning inward, and gardens going slowly, brilliantly quiet. This month, all of contributor MaryAnn Nøbben’s photos show a world covered in frost’s jagged lace. She is in Norway, of course, but such scenes are on their way to us soon enough. In the meantime, let’s soak up as much autumn garden splendor as we can. What’s (still) blooming where you are? — Emily Spiegelman, Digital Features Editor
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