Autumn 2013

A calm dry autumn morning in the garden not too cold. Frogs croaking and leaves slowly falling, garden leaves coming into autumn colour. Robins visiting each morning.
Some of the larger acer’s are stunning this time of year, the copper beech bonsai has turned red, some roses are still blooming as are the pinks and the begonias. The large older azaleas have set their buds for spring. The new unusual ferns and Ivy’s I have been collecting for the new large raised planter on the patio ( yet to be built) are growing well.

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