“Nature gives to every time and season some beauties of its own; and from morning to night, as from the cradle to the grave, it is but a succession of changes so gentle and easy that we can scarcely mark their progress.”
Isn’t it true that every season has it’s own beauty? Especially in plants with their huge variety of shapes and forms, seasonal impacts let them appear in so many different ways. It can either be a colourful fireworks like in the autumn leaves of Hamamelis below, or the red fruits of Solanum dulcamara on a frosty morning in December. Other plants like those of the Garden Angelica (Angelica archangelica) and the Eryngium bourgatii (both belongs to Apiaceae family) loose their color in autmn, but in this stage the beauty of their shapes seems to get underlined by nature.
Image above: Hamamelis x intermedia (family Hamamelidaceae)
Image above: Solanum dulcamara, Woody Nightshade, Dog-wood, Bittersüß (Solanaceae family)
Image above: Angelica archangelica. Synonyms: Selinum archangelica, Angelica sativa, Angelica major, Angelica officinalis (Apiaceae family)
Image above: Eryngium bourgatii (Apiaceae)