A very good friend visited us recently. He took lots of pictures in our garden which he kindly gave me to share. I am so thrilled with them that I am posting them straight away. Autumn colour is so beautiful, yet so ephemeral. Last night, we have had our first flurry of snow.
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2). Sanguisorba, burnet
3). Miscanthus, No pollinating insects here, grasses are wind pollinated
4). Agapanthus. Don’t cut back herbaceous plants too early.
1). Spartium junceum, the Spanish broom
2). Verbena bonariensis
1). Identification of apple anyone?
2). Acer palmatum dissectum
1). Birch twigs. I am an arachnophile now
2). Stealth bomber on Geranium ‘Rozanne’
1). Wiegela looymansii aurea (and bee)
2). Sweet white grapes. The birds love them!
1). Cornus, dogwood
2). Verbena (and spider)
3). Nigella pepper-pots have scattered their seed
4). Clematis, or has an ‘ood’ escaped from Dr. Who?