Many exciting changes are taking place above and even below ground. Today marks the autumn equinox coming from the Latin origin “equal night." On the brighter side that also means "equal light" as the Northern and Southern Hemispheres receive equal amounts of sunshine.
The extremes in heat and rainfall have signaled an early autumn for the landscape especially those plantsalready in stress or whose roots are not yet established in the ground. Even as plants begin to go into dormancy there is still much activity underground without the demand for what is needed to grow above ground. As much as this day officially marks the end of summer, it also ushers in the days to reap what is sown after a a long growing season. Hope you can take a moment to enjoy the fruits of your labors!