It is autumning
The summer has given everything in the last week. Yet:
The nights are getting cooler, the days shorter; in the morning there is already morning dew on the lawn; here and there morning mist; first leaves fall; the grasses are in bloom, asters blossoms shimmer through; fruits are falling, hedgehogs are scurrying across the grass: autumn is slowly approaching.
It is theoretically summer, the harbingers of the approaching autumn are obvious. The garden is starting to change again. Through asters, knotweed and grasses there is a completely new appearance. Added by hydrangeas, dahlias and the second flower of many plants such as roses, catnip and cranesbill. The quiet and relaxing time begins …..