Monday, November 18, 2019
This time of year the ginkgo tree is at its most beautiful!
Every year in november I'm stunned by the beauty and the golden glow and brightness.
I enjoy the ginkgo leaves carpet in the frontyard each time when I look outside through the kitchen window.
We planted the ginkgo tree in our frontyard when we moved in 15 years ago.
The Ginkgo Biloba or Japanese walnut tree is my favorite tree. In Japan they honor the tree as a god; it symbolizes hope, love, magic, timelessness and longevity and is nicknamed temple tree.
Even on a rainy Monday the frontyard looks wonderful. The beech hedge turns brown and the hellebore is ready to flower again. Change of seasons remains spectacular!
Geplaatst door wood & wool stool op 3:16 PM
Labels: autumn, autumn vibes, beech hedge, change of seasons, frontyard, garden, ginkgo, ginkgo biloba, ginkgo love, gold, helleborus, nature, november
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